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VOL CIIK, NO. 218. 



VICTORIA, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1910 



TWENTY PAGES 




Right Honorable Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier, P. C, G. C. M, G,, 

■ Prime Minister of Canada, 
Heartily Welcomed -- 



RECEPTIOM TENDERED 

'HIM HUGE SUCCESS 



Affair Given by Provincial Gov- 
ernment the Most Brilliant in 
City's History — Arrange- 
ments f or To day 



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Sir Wilfrid Laurier— as foremost 
citizen of the Dominion, anfj as a type 
of thf- true Canadian -whose eyes 
glinipso the splendor of hla country's 
future and whose faith In her des- 
tinies Is absolute — last evening recetv- 
i -1 at the hands of the government and 
the people of British Columbia a wel- 
come und a reception unprecedented 
in all the history of the confederated 
provinces. Unique was the occasion in 
many diverse ways. Unusual Is it to 
lind a political knight, such as Is 
Premier McBrlJe, aurp^asslng himself 
in courteous honiage and hospitality 
lo the^ohlcftaln of an opposing party. 
I'nprecedented In brilliancy and com- 
pleteness was the reception itself. Tl>e 
keynote of iht> situation was found 
■within ttio fact that Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier came as a great Canadian, on 
a self-declared visit of non-ppUtlcal 
character, and the pro\inclal first min- 
ister as such was ■glad to receive him 
and to pay him every mark of honor, 
two of the greatest stntesmon of all 
fair Canada thus meeting, although of 
antagonistic party political crepds, 
upon common ground, each measuring 
no doubt and each appreciating the 
• iTiany-slded strength and talents of 
. the other. That such a reception should 
ihave been offered, accepted and given 
— by a Conservative premier and gov- 
ernment to a national leader, albeit of 
Liberal faith — must have a tonic effect 
upon the whole "Dominion. It will, more 
over show to the people of eastern 
Canada, and more particularly ,those 
of the old- province of Quebec, that 
British Columbians are just as ready, 
because of the constitutional posltiort 
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and of his 
greatness' as a man and as a Can- 
adian, to do him honor, as though 
British Columbia were in political faith 
Liberal Instead of, as It Is, Conserva- 
tive. It will show to all of Canada that 
the people of this Pacidc province are, 
first of all, Canadians, admirers of 
constitutional rights and prlvlleges,- 
and that nationalism in the west Is 
haply as warm and strong as Is or can 
be developed In the oldfer Canadian 
states beyond the mountains and be- 
yond the I'iralrics, And— -perchance-i- 
iast evening's reception, viewed and 
shared in by representatives of many 
of the fore>»»*?t pjiblie journals of al-' 
most al 1 the . pr oylnriiaigL-i^ 'aTigdavTtrair 
serve also to fllsabuse fho east of 
sorne of Its mistaken notions of the 
west, artd,' link, together the provinces 
in bonds of closer understanding and 
therefore- more .harmonious unity. It 
was the west greeting 'the east, and 
Hendlng 6ack a message which can- 
not be mlsundei"stood In its western 
direttness, cordiality and bigness. 



ever, the great central figure yf llie, 
new born fairyland. Messrs. Hawk- 
Ins and Hayward, the loi'al electrical 
engineers, had for week*' past been 
busy with tiieir employees in malting 
preparations for ,a display . which 
should 1)6 complete find Hltogetlior 
satisfying in its • radiant effulgence. 
.N.'iirly five thousand Incandescent 
lights and three tons of heavy wire 
hn-d been vi'tllized in the outlining of 
every contour and distinclive portion 
of the imposing architectural pile, and 
when current was turned on at, the 
approach of darkness, 'the buildings 
sprang out in all their stateliness as 
llirough frfnged with fire, ' each and 
all of the chief architectural lines be- 
ing sh.-:>r|)ly accented. The lights toe- 
jng closi'f. logcthiT and a greater 
number of lines lieing carried, prob- 
ably two tluiuaaiid more lamps were 
utilized than have evi^r before been 
ri'tiulsitloiii'd in the llluininatlon of 
the builclinga. The crowning figure 
of Captain George Vancouver, ..nn the 
summit of the great dome had been 
itsflf lighted, an above the central 
entrance appeared In Immense letters 
of green the one word, "Canada," sur- 
mounted by the Maple Lpaf of the 
i:)ominion, also a moss of emerald. 
The fountain, \y*ilch occupies the cen- 
tral position on the fronting lawn^ ap- 
peared at Its hestr-4« a mystic shim- 
mer of varl-colored lights. 

Interior Decoration * 

The Interior illumination was also 
on a much' larger scale than upon any 
previous occasion of similar charact-er 
Nature and science were effectively 
combined in the intermingling of the 
treasures of the hot house - with a 
myriad of electric lights, the effect 
produced being indescribable save as 
that of a twentieth century fairyland. 
The dedoratlon oyer Mr. Speaker's 
throne was composed of five radiating 
strands of light on either side, repre- 
senting a gigantic butterfly, and con- 
centrating its red, white and blue 
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The First Citizen of Canada 



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of I ho night' 




FOR TODAY 



Sir Wilfrid. to Motor Around the 
City — Receive Deputations 
and Address LiberalGather- 
ing 



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sir Wilfrid LaurtefB- t&M, ^U be 

fully occupied today! ' . '^ v • ' 

At 10 o'clock, accompanied 1^ mem- 
bers of the executive of the Lfberal 
association, he wiH— mak« an auto- 
mobile tour of the city, and its en- 
vlronfii. This outing has been arranged 
so .-that the premier may be given as 
thorough an Inslgrht into the beauties 
of Victoria and its surroundings as 
can be ■ obtained in the course qf an 
hour's whltl over the most charming 
of the adjacent drives. 

Retu^nlnff to the Empress hotel at 
11 o'clock he will give an hour to the 
reception of delegations. One of the 
first will be that from the board .of. 
trade, which will draw to Hie attention 
of the statesman a number of Import- 
ant questions affecting the district. 
One of these, it Is understood, will be 
that of the Songhees Indian reserve 
and the Imperative necessity of Its 
early settlement In. the clty% inter- 
csls. Af terWards ■ wi M eome~a-d«putAti' 
from the "Fenian Bald veterans of 
Victoria, who seek a grapt of land, ac- 
cordlng to report, as recognition otr 
military scrvide tendered tl^elr coun- 
tr>'."The last will be a memorial pre- 
sented by the Trades and Liibor coun- 
cil of Victoria which re£«ra especially 




Iliftin lliat a coiitlnuance 
would kill lici'. 

Latham «turt.i(l Uf lly -back tp V&H». 
nnd on the way his biplane struck a 
tree ami was budly UainaKeii. Tin- i 
ator, however, esiap'Ml lii.iury. 

Mol.ssant rcacheii 'IMllmanstnno 
ir.27, a. 111. Jle flew I'roiii Calais 
TillnmnKlono In -12 ralnntea. During lli 
Chaimel nitcht a tug sletiinfc 
speed from Calalg to Oovfr i" ' 
^l.■^tance in -case of acci'l'-ni. 

Accordlfig" to a-cii»pai< '; }■■<■■■:: 
from Deal, Juan Mois.«-..uit. tlu- 
who today flew acro.ss the Cliaiu 



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I i.iere 
• lator 

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a passenger on his tllKht from I'atis io 
l.oinion Ik an American clUzen. He was 
born, aceof.lin;,- lo this dlspTrrcli, 
Chicago. 

DEAL, Knd.. Aug. '17.— After a 
wait Mplssanl decided to ~iJiake v t^ < >} 
tempt to continue Ills .loiirney to Lorl- 
flon today. He .will start fox' London 
1 about ." li. -rr. t or,ior-r.w. ■ 

1 DKAI., i;i.(-'. A :k 18. — Moisant re- 
«umed his fllgiit to Londoii %t. |;|5.Ji. 
'.h. '_.,. '"„■■''. '. 



long 



Reported.' That Decision Has 

Been Reached in Republican 

, Party Councils to Throw 
"Uncle Joe" Overboard ' 



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Betrayed by Alarhi Clock 
PARIS, Aug. ll=rrA woman named 
Charlotte Bprdulll was arreBted__thls 
week outside a shop oti the Placode lia 
Bastille, and charged by one of the 
shop's private detectives with Btealing 
some rhea p . jewelry. S h»-denLea the 
theft indignantly, and refuaexi even 
mortf trnlignantly To' ^Wo.w herself to 
be searchedr^T am the'^ wife of a 
magistrate.." she declared, ."and will 



STATE!^!E!\]T PREPARED , 
IM EXPLAI\IATIOi\i 



President Ta?i and Vice-Presi- 
dent Sherman Talk Ovei- 
Situation in New York.StaTe' 
Politics 



have vou punished for the indignity to 
which' I an> being subjected." Unfor- 
tunately for her, an_3larm clock whlc'h 



BEVERLY. Masa., Aug. 17.— For near- 
ly three hours this ajftgrnoon -rresldeiii 
Taft and Vice-President Shern'te.tj l\lU«|lV|,i,y^ , • . 
over the defeat of Colonef Roos'iv,0U ,W* ''>!?■£';.-- -;.;. 
she had stolen went oft at ihls mo- j the Xew York Stete^ Republlcai^: jfi)**^^,:,. 
ment. Berdulli was searched, and three ^^^0 yesterday and the selectlBfjja^pTii^^^.i ,.\v 
alarm clocks of small size, two watches 1 j^j^ Sherman over Mr. Roosevelt a.=; tejh*t:.<»,i>;:!, ^~ 
and eight brooches of small vahie were-[.^,^^,:g^,,y__<jj,alrman of .the Saratoga '' '"" •■ -'J?^ 

vention. — -■ ■ ''''p' ait 



t found in a specially made pocket In- 
--I- side her skirt 





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TRAIN WEB 



All Cars Except Sleepers Over- 
turned — Fifteen Injured 
Taken From Wreckage But 
None Reported Killed 



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THE RIGHT HON. SIR WfLFRID LAURIE^, P.C., G. C. M. G., M, P. 



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OFFICIAL BUILDINGS 



It is estimated roughly that between 
ten and twelve thousand people were 
at the Provincial Parliament Build- 
ings yesterday evening, either to en- 
joy the honor of being presented to 
Sir- Wilfrid Laurier or -to at least 
catch a glimpse of this distinguished 
son of Canada as he passed from his 
motor car to the scene of the ■ recep- 
tion proper in the Assembly Chamberr 
And of these thousands It Is safe to 
say that not one biit .was agreed with 
all/ the rest that In brilliance of effect, 
in artistic character, and In whole- 
heartedness the function was des- 
• i-lbeable QiWy i ting the mark 

of funetlona 01 haracter insofar 

at least • as We.-iierij Canaclft. ;;i» con-, 
corned. ^ ',','', 

Nothing approximating the' grandv 
our of effect in iMmninfitlon of last 
evenjng's display has. heretofore heeot 
attempted In this, capital city, the 
nearest approach being upon the 
mcfmorable visit of onr present graci- 
ous King, then Duke of YorTcT when 
.il.<M \lctorla fast hud the opportunity 



WATERWORKS FOR MINE 

t^m^fm^ntk III. . 

Western Fuel Conipany to Have Sys- 
tem for Operation of Machinery 
,anOl Firjv Fighting 

' ■ i.^The-"t."Western 

nfm^n.eed -op^era — 



NANAlMCyrA'icf Ti 



to the Asiatic question In its .relation 

to the Canadian wc^t.- ' 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier will " be enter- 
tained to luncheon at Government 
House Jjy Lieut. Governor- Paterson 
and there will be a garden party on 
the adjoining grounds in the after- 

Mass Meeting Tonight 

©inner will be taken at the Empress 
hotel and shortly afterwards the 
premier and his party wlli.Vje driven 
to the Agricultural association grounds. 
In the Horse Show building there a 
mass meeting will take place under 
the auspices of the Vancouver Island 
Liberals. They will present an address, 
after which Sir Wilfrid will deliver an 
adtiress. In which it is expected he 
will deal with the several Questions 
of policy of special Interest to. the Can., 
adlans of the Pacific northwest. . 

His return will be timed to allow 
connection with Tifte steamer Prince 
George on which he will Journey to 
Prince Rupert and way ports. 

^^ DIES SUDDENLY 

President of Chile Victim of Heiirt 
Disease — Shocked by Attack 
" ~ on Mayor Gaynor 



rpxny 
tions on «. wii ■ - «y:atem.-tji. 

ply the water fur liie machinery need- 
ecF ih .otfefation of the local mines. In 
jiddltlon to this an -«4i«ilUiry flr&: 
fighting system for the protection df 
pit heads and other bu ild In ga on the 
companies property is tiri?? installed. 

The sunpiy of water Is to be ob- 
tained from Chase river, Tnen already 
being engaged on the construction of 
a dam at a point In the river com- 
monlv known as the "canyons" about 
a mile below the city dams and dis- 
tant about two and a half miles from 
No. 1 shaft. • ' 

Work , on the system will be rushed 
to an early completion; and- It Is ex« 
pected by the fend of the year to have 
it Installed and the company's works 
supplied with water from the new 
source. 



Fatal Fight With Horse Thieve*. 
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Aug. 17.— In 
a street battle between two .alleged 
horse thieves and sheriff's offlcers here 
today. George Chilwood. one of the 
horse thieves, was killed, and Sheriff 
•lade Houpt was probably fatally 
wounded. "• ' 




pi*. .A./Carman Regards .Move- 
. merrt- as Qne of Most Im- 
portant of Modern Times.-^ 
Business Before Conference 



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(IMS than last ovehink. Victoria lUi.s 
;.:rown, British Colurnl)ia has grow/i; 
;ind the evidences of , growth were 
.■;unfo-sli;ir)i In tlie contrnst between 
'nii'Ui'ii''. '.- j.i. I'll' "I' 1 lie .^=''i'iii' .-ilino.-Ji 
.jl, i^ltTade aK'>, uud Uie lni;ii:,ii! !.!,-- 
—tufc'-oFthp btHldingsi rnvtli' 
light, aa they appear.. 1 
with solid phnlany.xe- 
itianU.V on the green i - 

The picture to be comi), 
the entire 'sweep of Jann- . i 
where the -Post Office formed MukM 
in electric outline, past the Imposing 
i;niprpsB. daintily festooned in Iqng 
I oncavo steamers of red and white- 
over and across the mirror of the 
watfr on which dozens of / pleasure 
craft. ' floated, falry-llke, in/thelr gor- 
geousneas of Irinterns. / , 

Th<» parliamentary pile was, how- 




D ORE FOIINO 
i ENGINEER 




BREiltflJiCTtu*'. 17.-Th« a«ath^ of 
.<?enor Pedro .Montt, president of Chile, 
in this city last night, was unexpected, 
lie was prepnrlng for bed when he jvets^ 
HPi7,e<T w4th cramps *f the heart, dying 
almost instantly. HI« -wife wa« with 

dent Montt had been" .Invited to 

. ... gufst of Emperor Wll.ltam»at the 

Hiitviinn revt-ew of the .Oermari ., army,' 

wfi»re lie was to. have" had lunchooB 

with the Kinp^Mor 

. MOW YQRK,. Aug. 1 7, -Actlnif .Mayor 
Mltcliell bus conveyed to the wife Of 
Prealdeht Montt of Chile, who died In 
I^.remen laMl night, tlie official, sorrow 

Mi.l •:\'i!iiia(In' "f the people of New 
■ ien.«<i>ge hrts gone for- 
ui Wn-hinpton. "New 
York n.-er.-(Huiily bus M •^■.""'^ IfSrxi,-— ^+An- 

n.-n;,l reeliiifr regfrrdliu; U'nth of rr'"« 

.iilUlit M . ' 

aiuJ excllclnont cnnseciuenl m>"' 
shooting down of Mayor Gayiiffr 
considerable effect on the Pre.'^ldfiu ... 
C^hlle, who was standing nenrby on the 
deck of the steamship. Suffering an he 
was from heart disease. It Is no coin- 
cidence that one who was so near our 
mftywi- «vhen he was shot down should 
have come to such a «(KM'-n end," 



Divoi*'cee Gooa to Japan. 
SAN I.^RANCISCO, Aug. 17.— After a 
last vehement denial of a report that 
she will wed Ray Baker, Mrs. Marga- 
ret E/neraon McKim left San t^ran- 
clsco yesterday pn the Tenyo Maru for 
.Tapan. She Is accompanied by her 
tnald and the Barone ss deC.Sabaolon. 
Mrs." yL^yLVm^ effecflonat^'* tTirew 
kl.sa.ea from ^the deck of the — depart- 
ing steamer to Mtl Baker, who stood 
on the pier and thVew back others In 
return. ..__.^_ 

NOT RESIGNING 



CHARLOTTE, N. C, Aug. 17.— Ac- 
cording to meagre information just re- 
ceived here the Southern limited. No. 
30, was wrecked neat Rockton, a small 
flag station at 10:30 o'clock tonight. It 
Is rumored that every car left the 
•track and that the tt'reck Is now burn- 
ing. Because of the remoteness of the 
scene It will be some time before more 
definite Ipforfrtatlon Is received. 

COLUMBIA, S. Q., Aug. 17.— i'Tfteen 
Injured have bec^n taken out of; the 
wreck at Rnektbn. . So far no dead 
have been found. All the cars' except 
the sleepers were overturned. Tl>e 
cars overturned were the mall, express 
and coniblnatlon cars, and two pas- 
senger coaches. ' ■ , ' 

According to a statement glVefi out 
bv the Southern . railway tonight, done 
were killed and none seriously Injured.. 



Mr. Sherman said he had no 5nti;niii i 
of witTidrawing In favor of Mr. Roo^. 
velt, and he treated lightly the stories 
that there might be a figh t In th e-^en- 
ventlon to repudiate the attlott of the 
state committee. • ■ 

The vice-president also talked with, 
the preHldeni regarding the congres- 
sional campaign. He wants the fight to 
be waged along the old lines.; 

While the fight apparently is to be 
directed along the lln(>8 of the past, it 
can be Btated authoritatively that th-j 
feature of the , party re-organizat ii.n 
plan which calls for the retirement ot: 
Speaker Cannon will be strictly adhered 
to. It is said that Vlce-Fresldent Sher- 
man, one of the staunche.st supporters 
the speaker ever had. }ias become recon- 
ciled to the detelslon that Mr. Cannon 
mu.st go. .A statement Is being pre- 
pared in auartera close to the admin- 
istration In which the attitude recently 
taken by Mr. Cannon , in public inter- 
vl ewi^, w in be deplored, and In which It 
will be made .plain that -there is no 
thought on the part of many of his 
former supporters again to name Mr. 
Cahnon for speaker. 



GAME -LAW VIOLATION 

Resident of South Wellington Accuses 

Men of Killing—Grouse and 

Yau»flr Deer 



Million Dollar Fire 
NEW, YORK, .\ug. 17.— Fire In the 
warehouse district of Jersey City to- 
night caused damage estimated at $1,' 
000:000. Kire engines from New York 
were, hurried acmss the, Hudson to aid 
the Jersey City Hremenr and fiyhamlte 
was used frequently. 



Boiler Explosion Investigation 
..S.\N I.'RANCISCO, Aug. 17.— While 
no.' evidence .m the point wrts brought 
out during the investlgnttpn today. It 
is the. opinion of the" Untied States 
steamboat Inspector Bulger that . the 
explosion on the Pteam schooner Phoe- • 
nix which wrecked the Vessel, last Sat-- 
urday off ,P.)lnt Arena and resulted \\\ 
fotir death.s was caused by low water 
i n thp bniiors Thft only m^n LsdUl 



Third Heavy Gold Brick Turned 
Out ^'at~'AttiTr -Property -- 
■Large , Ledge, ti' Found to 
Hold Good. Values . 

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AttAK, B.- c„ A'Hirt^'T'he 
gold brick from .the Engineer 
wAs brought In yest.e,rdii>' by ■ 
Alexander. Its weight, i.s' tw^eni 
pounds live oun c e.q. Twenty t'lu; 
this Is -tlnrTHuTl 
rich telluriile on 



third 

riiine 



The question of church union was In 
evidence at yesterday afternoon's ses- 
sion <if the Methodist General confer- 
ence. It arose in connection with a 
'delegation acting on behalf of the gen- 
eral assembly of . the Presbyterian 
church bf (!anada, Which, waited on 
the conference to extend greetings. 
The delegation was composed <if the 
Rev. J. Campbell, the "Rev. W. Leslie 
Clay ami Mr.. Thornton Fell. 

Dr. Campbell acted as spokesman 
and in the course of his welcoming re- 
marks' expressed the hope on behalf 
of the Presbyterian' church that the 
union, of Pi-esjiyterjans, Methodl.sts and 
C.nigregatlonallsfs would bo duly con- 
summated as a result of -the confer- 
ence now in session. In the Evan- 
gelical movement Methodists were the 
■pioneers 7 ST" ' MVf Istftmtty. He wa s 
proud to he able to extend to the as- 
semided conference the greetings of a 
church wlitfv+» exOti nded from the At- 
lantic to the Pacific. .The Methodists 
were tfj be congratulated on the-ftne 
4mi.n^and-aplendUl Chris tia n whom they 
had as general superintendent. Th<>y 
were also to be congratulated on their 
secretary, a man who was largeb' 
Identified wltli the work of the Lordfi 
Day alliancf m'nement^__ .Itl th e . cum - 
ferertco Itself he had holiced a large 
amount 'of elo.jinmee' and' enthusiasm. 
■He ;tnd thenssenihlS' which he .repre- 
sented 'extende.l extreme sympathy to 
the Methodist church In the' lo.ss. which 
it hadi sustained In the death, of pr. 
J. T*otO>, a riiail of wide attainments,., 
whose ileath wn,R not alone a loss to 
the church TJtit a nKtlOTTWl leSTs. 



SAN iPRAiNOISOO. Aug. H.— Ot> his 
arrival .here from Klamath Fairs today 
Secretary of the Interior BalUnger said 
that he still was determined not to re- 
sign until requested to. do so by Presi- 
dent Taft. 

He refused to discuss the result of 
the CallTornIa primaries, and when 
asked for hlsoplnion.on the nomlna* 
tlon of William Ken>t for congress 
from the second California district he 
merely smiled- 

Accdnipanled by Chief Law Officer 
Finney, of the reclamation Service, the 
secretary fs Ihapectlng th^ various 
govhrnment It-rlgatlon projects In the 
west. On Friday he will leave for jho 
Ybsemlte galley, where he will spend 
fqiir days. He 'will return to Seattle 
before going to Wa.shlngton. 



mWil FLIGHT 



NANA'IMO, Aug. 17.— Aocor.rmg to a 
resident '5rB3Wffi"''Wipllington,' in a 
coifmunlcatlon t» thf mornliig paper, 
the game laws }h .that district in 
respect to the killing of game out of 
season are being violated by certain 
parties In that locality. The case will 



might be able to say xwas killed when 
the holler blew up.- According to the 
members of the engine crew examined 
today the vesscT's mechah^cal equip- 
ment waji in good shape and was; n ' 
subjected to any unusual strain^' ,yhe 
decision .of the inspector will be;ij 
ed down In 'a f^-«- -days, t" 





abKU5 



S CHANNEL 



no" doubt be InvesUgale^l by the dis- 
trict game warden. It ln-sald that the 
men w.ho are' in the halpi.t of killing 
birds and deer out of Fcaiion "and -open- 
ly boast of their deeds are men of 
promlilenoe In tho community and old 
time residents of th*- district. The 
communication with respect to the vio- 
lation of th.- act Is as follo'ws: 
To whom it may concern; • ^ 

South Wellington, A'u^' H. 1'"'^ 
Allow me space enough tn call lUe at-, 
tentlon of tho game wardctVs to the 
slaughtering nt grouse ah.l young 
fawns around this locality. It Is pretty 
hard on those who endeavor -t6 live m> 
to the law, giving the breeding an.l 
fattening of the game all they an' 
entitled' to, to see so much going on 
unnecesatirlly.. I have read in the local 
Iiress at times w^here the game wardens 
have hdafd'isd trains, etc.7iiln search x^i 
nny poachers, but is It likely that they 
Wlil be found, either In town or.nn^ 
trains? I will deem it an ,act of cour- 
tesy. If you wiir, Wndly Insvrt 'thi s as 
a warning, and_ sh.iuld it ontintTP ^ 
ishadi "lay inform(atlon -against those 
parties without f ear' or .favor. Yours 



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LT 1 il.- . .1 .'■ li.iil hf-i'ii 
vr.'i.li' a\'orage,H.,..J! '-'n 
lBtfr"t**n9-of tailings: 
\' in l.c .Hlilnped later, 
run eight' 
■Il:i|-^- iier 



upper end^oflthe property is iieicuiJn- 
■Cestlgated and is showing big v,atues 
in free milling -gold. A ttinnel being 
driven' "to--*—<'lenth"nf;!SO fe.-^t on thp 
two foot. velr. : :«• ' 1.; 'i'g.!l. 

values. 



ivni iif Mount Allison university, New 
lirunswUkp stihl that there- was no 
"'nC""like that of churc,!] iinion. 
I movement wlii.h ■ nothing 

.",11. I Mop. .--■■-.....-. .■'. ^_...„.. 

'Ill, \-..te of thanks, was Seconded by 
In- S. .;. Hltind, n.t)., dt Wesley col-" 
(-•ge, Wliinii.eg. — Thifi.jsei'ttnih^r Hinted 
thai too iini.'h of' the Proidivterlans 
ooul.l not !..• s.'"n. He was- . ', iidvo- 

. cat..- ot cliur.'li I'lnioh. .'. !!rvcd 

that it would result in the luiil.i 
nf th e purest type of Chrlstinn ti 



,Juan , Moissant, SpanJstFAm- 
ericaa. Aviator, Reaches 



IRE OF FORES 



OT 
I 

I 



Flames Spreading Over Large 
Part of Clearwater Reserve 
in Idaho—No Loss of Life 
Known ^ . 



Sr< iKANK. 
indicate that 



sincerely,— ''Valr Play. 



^IGHT MYSTERY SOLVEO 



Deal on Aerial Journey From 
Paris to LonlofT"' 



Private Citizen's _ 

Mayor _<3f New„ York Cause or 
.. '—^W^uctt^ Commotion 



LONDON". .Aug. 17. -.-Juan , M(.>lssant, 



the church TTTit a mtioTTOi lOSs. ' 4. V^rflyth^f^om-i.arls to London; iaiided at 

In morlng a vote of thanks to the ">'"« *' ' . ■ __ ■ ■ 

delegation nr. D. Allison, D:D„ presi- Tlllma nstone. nea r P wOf ^afteT ' ^jimvtng 



crossed the finglish Channel. Mol««irnt 
was so numb~Wl.th the cold when his 
airship landed that he \'t'nf^ nnflldo 'to'i 



N'KW'- YORK. A<ig. 1" 
rhcr', JoH'i-',a "plain" citly.'in 
ilohn V. MHchH+r' tl^e 
caused all the niysi- 
■stoppftge of the 



iein'e- the •machJrt^^'Hijd had to be as- 
sisted- f«''om tho saddle. He said that 
lie was forced ;to descend bpcause of-the- 
frightfirl-cold in thfr-tipper air 

M"olssant left Calais at 7 o'ciock thtiT 
morning, but was compelled to deseend 



l ' ' ft lrm <^>.ana: 



Uai.K Kiiul rnaiii\ 
AUlU ' tIc c+«4* 



inrsfalteiv f(n' 

iK^t+ftg-inny.or, 

rounding th. 

ilklit 

■rklS.t 



Aug. 17, — I^tir:reJ>orta 
the forest flres^ in the 
;t!^arwater forests in Idaho are.gaill- 
Ing headway. .• 

, Bert' Ferris and Grove Bartcm, of 
- LeNvl i U on. \<-.ho. with others, have been 
camping on the:=JK)uth fork <5f the 
Clearwater rlvt^r, 60 miles Inland, from 
KooskttiT^TrertrnccympeUed to cut their 
trip short on account of the Intense, 
herrtvji.nd. spreading fires. They walk - 



FerfTs"st!i tea' that the fires ar'e ex- 
-^^wllng' no rhU og lo ng- and over . tei-» 
LikenwBs" to ActtTTgi-fntte.s v'iil.\ and at thft time of lholr_: 



trt- 

nlghf. ... , ■ _ _„' 

With a friend lie wont t.> wRtiesS' tli« 
-bout ?tnTt7h-arnl ng in a dv ance 'that ".' tliC 
police «w0ul<l Interfere, lu» nired a iFoom 
adjoining theclub's quarters to wmtch 
proceedings. .AS he left .he *jas. haUad. 
as being the nctliig-ma^'bi'; and the ru- 



Tlepii'rTiTFeT' .Sh ■"M'^l'''*''''^^'"'"*""'"^ were 
sfpreadhig In all directions. 

Reports concerning loss of life have 
been ex nggeVa'ted.. n ot one persnn be- 
ing kntjwn to have perished., 

NKW YORK.. Aur- 17.— Officially no- 
thing but good_iiew»~eftmo-_trwm , St 
Mary, ftospltal In 4*w5EiBE_tod.'>y and 
lonlght conebrhlng the condition «'' 



of 



■mtjr "ijpreiwi— t+ta-t Mr. Mitchell had per 
Bonally .spleS on the dub .Ajefore - or- 



■.n French soil to await the. passing of. derln8-t4*H-hwit called off 

J -„flie '• ■^ " ^ ■' ' . Mr. SrUcliell. While n.i 



\vorld had ever seen 

Presenting. the th; 11 
ence to thc.JP.r.C-shytfn-.lan General 
senlbly Dr. Cnrmfjn, the general fti 
erintendent. s:.I-l that I1le Presl" '■ 1 
■" " Contiftned on Page Fiva 



Hubert Tiinfhft m W lBrt ei! —frt^tn— Paris 

■,vHli Moissant. Lathani abandoned tlic 

;- .-. owing to ti.e iil'e'afilngs" of iil» 

! her.. wi*o heertrn»> ifrl«rn>efl'-l»e<;a-Hf«e".>f 



Vrad inslrrdcted- the po! 
hotit. Indignantly denied today 
was tli'-M^ in i)ei'?ioh, no L.^'ii'- 
innorer I he myf-! 

irt 1.1 I • ' ' ':g-mayov 

occurred. 



tlint he 
i-tp the 
that ho 
•Ikt. tlie 
:it a 
, . ..ling 



.-AGttordlug-lo his phy&lelaa^, .this was 
ills bestiTfrrT"in''1 being shot in »the neck 
last TueSdii'y- Tlii.'^ statemipnt. was coh- 
tained iii a_ b.""''»^<"' ''**'' powHlva and 
optimistic. i«Hiu>r*anf:l8 o'clock t.>- 
night InHtentV of at !)::iO. ^8 hc/^retO(f«M»- 
TliiH bulkilln says; "Today has been 
the" best flay the. mfiwi. i,n«. exncrlenee,! 
fdiue bis illjui- 
.wtrougi?*!' than 
Tl'tei-e'l.s i)u_i£aun>l;. 
rumors in .'Irciii 
i-nnthme a.i: .'^.xt i.'irarto: 
f>ow, only, t\v.. .iMilletln .■ 
issued kei ' 



il.M Ulili:. 

tulltlon'-. 

10 V an> 

Will . be 






w1w^'^^-yfJ*":..^''.:'^W;''''';.-":'i'^";."'."'i'.'|^^. 



WPSPW^^CTW 



"fHwf*?'"^' 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Thui'aday. Auputt, 18, 1910 



Hall Marked 





Omvslu.win.u- ^t llanMarked Stcrimp: 
Silver is a most diversified and comprc,dien- 
sive <Mie.' \\ hen purchasing- any arliele in 
this hne. you are assured of geunyi;- Li^o.ods 
that are rcliabler''~'~~"^~T 

Hall Marked Goods Guarantees 
Highest Quality 



KuT in Tea' Se.t;s, Salt . ami Fep- 
I'.ook xMarlcs,- Book- Kjiives, 



•And ean he- 
per Sliakers 
Candle Sticks; in mct"af!ymriig you may de- 



sire. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers ' - 1017 Government Street .. 




r 



What Is the Hardest Kind 
of Soap? Castile. (Casrsteei) 

But th&fs only a riddle, eastlle Is the easfeM of all kind of soaF 
on rf woman's faoe^he best kind ppsalbl? for promoting a complexion 
of lilies nnd, roses. • ' ^ 

^'REXCH CASTIUE SOAP, per bar ..,..■ -250 

yp.'iu.VISH, PURE CASTILE SOAP, per bar • ■ ''*'« 

Pt'RK SPANISH GASTJLiE SOAP, mottled and w.hite. pet large 

square . » •, • • • -■^'- 

EI, PARNASOf pure Spanish Caayllle..6oap^ box of IB pieces $1.25 

Per piece ". •• 

CLEAVER'S UNSCENTED SOAP, 3 for 

PEARS' UNSCBN»TEI> SOAP, 2 for . : •' -. 

WIT* 'H H.AZEL SOAP, i>er bo.v 

RAB V'S' OWN' SOAP, per box • ■ 

I.VKA.VTS DELICJHT SOAP, box . ...,^i.^:_. • • • • ^ • 

WOOL SOAP, unrivalleil for laundering woollen goods, underwear. 

etc., box ,■.,..' •• • • 



ACCLAIMED 

|Y THOUSANDS 

fCn^itlnued -fr om^^age 1 . t 






firps upon a portrait of Sir Wilfrid 
hanging above the throne. These 
strand.s of light were draped with a»- 
■ tNMHigus forn. while around the base 
at tiie galleries, red, white and l)lue 
lights were also pendnrit, draperd— with 
the waxy smilax. The marrjue at the 
rear of the ' buildlHgSf- and Mctendln.sr 
throiighto the historic old legislative 
i>uildlnK^,, now formtng the mim'ral 
mu.ieum, avhs jiIso brilliantly iUurtiin- 
ated and with -artialic taste. ■ 

The Moral decorations / throughout 



'.lOcT 

.■25c 

.£6i: 

.35c 

.35c . 

.3oo 



•^ SPEGI.4L, THIS WEEK 

ROW ATS PURE LIME JUICE CORDIAL, per bottle 



"W 



.Zto 



thi' buildings, had be^n ndmlroWy car- 
ried out und-er the direction of Man- 
ager Wallace, of the Klewiu.-«a4aiaiS.-j^V the' hiuV.i,"a~cou IniSTI 
Fnint and rear steps had be^n bordeced „unny <,n)ile— and the cltli 
with dracaenaa ami Boston ferns. In 

blooms 



(.•veiunK was furnlslud Ij. "^n-. il 1 mi- 
rif, clilcf designer for the Messrs. 
Woiler Broiltera, being chastely -ear- 
rlgA4»»-t-l n mis sion Ttak, Flefnlsh fin- 
ished. The canvas" imrmnee- utilized 
. as the general refreshment' headquar- 
ters, was fifty by- one hundred feet la 
general dimensions, giving ample ae- 
comtnodation for the many who 
sought it during, or at th« close of the 

formal receptlouv' — „ .. 

^^yReception Prpper. - 

The reception. proper followea ciose- 
Iv the usual lines observed upon sjjeh 
Occasions, save "that the presentations 
^vere rather Je-ss formal. Cards were 
not required, but Messrs. Bromley and 
Miisket. His Honor's secremrles, al- 
ternately announced the naniea,as the 
ladles or gentlemen were presented to 
the First. >!inisier. There was a elasp 

•IfnalTSp, H 
itizens had 



♦ ♦♦♦♦♦«^-» ♦♦♦♦»♦ ♦ ♦♦♦«»«««»♦ 

impossibility. Butj.-a wry, very few 
among the many may be mentioned. 
Of there Mrs. McBrlde appeaufd in 
white shlmnierAMg 8atln;yMrs. Patcr- 
aon , i>etu n ia salln. — wltk.;^-guld trim^ 



L 



Tels. 



PIXI II. ROSS & CQ. 

"Independent Grocers, 1317 Oovernment Street 
^o, 51, 52 - - - '- Liquor Dept. Tel. 1590 



r 



the rotunda the * grouped 
around' the walls consisted of regal 
palms bordered With a splendid new 
b-fegOula. the Prima I.>o.n.»j;|i^.and small 
Australian tree'ferhs. The rccei)tioh 
chamber was exciulaltely draped with 
smilax and asparagus, encircling the 
electric globes; about the walls were 
igi'ouped.. stands of Phoenlx; Chae- 
merops, Kenfia and Seaforlhia palms 
surrounded with fuchislaa. and .small 
ferns, alternating with groups of dra- 
caenasv. surrounded . with coleas, cy-s 
perus iind gladioli The supper tables 
were gracefull,\ ted 'ylth the 

everfragraat s\ '*•;,- ,ji_.--^ :,r 

The entire luiiKunse, "rnCJuslVe oT 
tbe-many dressing rooms, fhe supper 
room, buff«t. >tc., had beeft fitted- out 
under the "direction of Chief Janitor 
Richard Ryan, the, Shore and Ander- 
son company provld'in^ the greater 
l)art of the speclnl. furnishings. The 
dressing room reserved foi" the private 
use of the distinguished gues^ of the 



passed on. • , 

Sir Wilfrid stood at the dais, sup- 
ported by LietHenant-Governor Pater-. 
son, and with them Mrs. Richard Mc- 
Brlde and the C Hon.) Mr. and Mrs. 
Templeman. 1 

Ah irrepressible BtatlstUdAn estimat- 
ed that It required-b«t--4iarf a secnfld 
Or less for the presentation— the clasp 
of the hand— the smile ari4 bow— and 
the withdrawal. 

'.\8 the presentations continued with 
almosit startlln*,' rapidity and no tn- 
terrtiptlon? for utivvards of an hour 
and a half. It is i.ellcved that not manji 
less than iMi,) e njoyed the -honor 
of iprasping l^ven f&r h fleettng in^ 
slance of tlmgtthTs hand of Urie^oreir 
most ^anadiawf .^ 

A more brlllKn-t tlirdng Vlctijrln has 
seldom seen. aji)elt the black coats of 
tj>(i.^4er-gy -were more than commonly 
In evidence, thanks ^.o the presence in 
the citv of the masseO-STethodlsm of 
the Dominion. Description of tRe rnul- 
titude of striking toilettes w5fe sheer 



See Important-Ne:^^^ 
On Pa^e Three 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 



555 Johnson Street — Victoria, B. C 
Positively No Credit 



f 



Aa em inent gastrqitoniist remarked: '-.To tnyitc a person 
tf)^ your iionse is "to take charge of his happiness as )ong as 
he is beneath your roof." 

- Many liospitable hosts arc c^jji-cially realizing ju.st now 
the truth of this saying and tjiey have carried 6ut its be- 
hest with suc<;e,^s, as far'as wines arc conqerncd, selecting in 
champagujfs the very best and purefet, G. l^. Mutnm & Co.'s' 
unfivalled bands. At all tlie high-class dinners and import- 
ant iunc-tions that have taken place iti Victpria ticcetrOy no 
inferii>r chanrpai^^nes haveJieen offered to guests: (',. II. 
^fumm & Co..'s famou.s "Extra Dry," "Selected, Brut, ' -r 
^C&fdon Rouge " have been used exclusively. ' The most 
cr itical palate s and most sensitive digestioiikxaau^^ these 
wines withoiit any {cAt.xti unpleasant afte r-eff ects. NO 
'hig|]i''ciass wedding qr prominent banquet now-a-daiys is 
considered complete without Mumm's Ch^nipagnc. Hc- 
ware, of Spurious imitaifdtts. Se<i that the bottle carries the 
:, pi«kvc|Lpstrle^^^^^«^ H.. Munrm in full, 

then you liave the geriuittc, the finest cliampagrie procur-. 
ablci Pither aiid l*eiser,.'\V.holes^le ajj^cnts for BvC,^ -Xie^ 
\'tOfia, Vancouver,; Nelson. ■.•■.■ ',■' .,._.,•/"■;_ 




nllnfe: Mrs. Ftilton, white satin; Mfs 
Abraham Smith, pale green brocade; 
Mrs. Luxton, white satin »with pale 
yellow chiffon scarf: Mrs. Perry, black 
satin With gold irimmings: MTrs. Eb- 
ertg, mauve satin with white Brus- 
selslace; Miss Eberts, black satin 
with jet trimmings; Mrs. Bowser, pale 
grey, satin with overdress of pale grey 
silk net; Mrs. J. D. Farrell, (Seattle.) 
pale pink satin with shoulder straps of 
green; Mrs. fcaldlHW, (Spokane,) black 
satin, pale blue tfilmirrrigs; the Misses 
Price Ellikon. white satin; Mrs. Hasell. 
pale grey satin; Mrs. Frank lliggins, 
pale green satin; Mrs. McC^lur^, terra 
cotta;", .Mrs. James Raymiir, Nile green 
brocade: Mrs. -4,.wgrln. black satin 
trimmed with jet; .Mrs. Nathaniel 
Shaw* pale bliie with silver trimmings; 
.Mrs. McCurdy, pale-yellow satin: Mrs. 
"Stemirt RobcriSori, pale gi-ey chiffon, 
' Brussels net. silver trimming. .Mrs. 
(lordon Hunter, i?etunlu , satin; Mrs. 
MiF'hIllipS. pale pink veiled with gold 
sequins; Mrs. M. S. Schell. (South Ox- 
ford.) ivory duchess saitin with over- 
dress of crepe de chine, rose point 
lace, crimson ebrsage bouquet and 
handsome necklace of diamonds and 
rubles. » 

Those Presented. 
As nearly complete a list as It was 
possible to obfaln of the guests In the 
order of their pre se n tation follows: , 

O^v. VV.-Leslic Clay, .Mr. Dlxon._MnJ 
licibert Green. Miss Mesher. Mrs. ^Ic-^ 
Kenxie, Juj^ge For in. Rev. Mr. Mc- 
Alllsjer, Rev. WarneK Miss Stewart, 
Miss Mesher. .Mr. Bell. CafJt. Hunter. 
Mrs. Bell, Mr. K . A; p . Or nnt. Mr. and 
Mrs. M cLean , Miss Fell ows., Miss VVil- 
liiinis. MTis~"Lugrln. Mr." TS'.vlands. Mr. 
Barton, Mr. Ma^^Donald, Mr. Wright, 
Rev. J. H. Wrljiht, .Mr. and Mrs Hop- 
kins, Mr. and Mrs. Aitken. Mr. Brf>wn. 
ftfr. ^rteDbnald. Mr. Stamley. Mi". Burt. 



We have ju.st received a remarkably fine cop sigriment of 
Twentietfi-eentury Autumn Suits and are anxious to itave 
^ a r t i c u 1 a r men \vho are^ood dressers see this splendid 1910-11 
attire. The weights of the various fabrics, the new weaves 
and colorings, the perfect cut, fit and finish— that mdcfinable 
thing called '-'style." cannot fail to please. Prices -popular, too. 



W.& J. WILSON 



TfttPrim^ Minister's. Visit- The Moving Picture Man Was in 
■ • .'■- " '-Evidence • ■ :• " ' 



H».» » « » ■ ♦ ♦ ♦ * * - • » ' • ♦ * »' »>'»• ■ »# ■■* ■♦-♦■♦-♦■ *- * 




Ten Days' Trial Free 

Now IS yanr thancc tV) try'duir 

.pIcndid.E'lectric Iron. thc/MTot^ 

)oin:t;*',' ■ ,We will, if you'wisii; 

7pl¥a£'6ije I'll your h^Miic" for ten 

days, ' If ycHt are not pleased, 

w.nh it ytju can:.returu it. 'Prieeis 

ONLY ^.Su,. 



vO<i',"'iC|in- 'trv 



It. lirst. 



Cor. ': rrt ,v (I Iwinijlfv 5f^ Tfl. IfifW 



!;)' i t ji,, ' m_ ' wuiw i« ii ' m m 



BIY FRdM THE BEEHIVE. DOUGLAS STREET, 



the.v 



here will last looker anil wear bi-Ucr tte.^.u'hr . , 

Infants bbotee.i 25c; m<>nH .aocUi* 315c; (•bll(ireiv«-44refif«f>,H^-65c 



U""' Enylish yood.'.. 



skirts 75c; t)l 



8:-ic. 



Advertise in The Daily Colonist 



The Bosi Is Wli.it You Want 



jir. 



==?=iv 



I Flor de Baham 



C4 



Tile t 'lynr Ml '1,1 I 



( ,i\cn ,'-^;it i-I.H-' 1. 'fi 



On Sale Kvcrywhcic 



Miss Lucas. M.r. .McKay. Mr. and Mrs 
Haywood, .Miss Yarling, Mrs. MacDon- 
ald. Mrs. Marling. Mr.' and Mrs. Regin- 
ald Hayward. Mr, Procter. Mrs. Sear.< 
i I Mrs. Rood, Mf. Sears, Mr, Hood, Ml. 

* land Mrs, Fraser, Mr. and Mrs, Tay- 

* i lor. Miss Knight, Mr, Gilbert. Mr, Ker. 
.t 1 Mr. Tate, .Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Young. 
»'!Chlef Justice Hunter and Mrs. Hun-' 
♦iter. Mr. Hlckings. Mr. McC.ill. 

* 'Wheeler. Rev. J. P. Westman. .Mr. I; 
Hunt, Mr. t'rowthep, Mr. Stanelan<l, 
Mr.. Slower, .Mr. I,lanfla!!, Mr. Harri-!. 

Irs. Kent. Mr. aijd Mrs. Wilson, Mr. 

id .Mrs. J. B. M<>KllllF»nr Mr. Jiud 
.Mr.s: Browhiey. .V11-. jittd Mrs. Kent, Mi 
Stedman, Mr. and Mrs. Baynes, M: 
and Mrs. Davidson, Rev, .Mr, RanU, 
Rev. W. Reid, Rev. Mr. Osborne. Ml-s 
rrll*^n. Mi'ss Alexander, Miss l^o"S''l. I 
Mr. and Mrs. Green, Mi.ss Penny. Mr''- t 
Penny, 'Miss LaiMTian. .Mr and .Mrs. ,t 
S. Wilits, .Mr. \Tllker80/i, Mr. HinV,k 
Rev. Mr. White.-Mr. V.'all. Mr. .Na.si;. 
Mr. Green. Mr. and Mrs, McLean. Mr.-! 
and Mrs. Archer. Mr. Oroove. .Mr, ami 
Mrs. Cameron, Mr. ttllbert Christlei 
Rev. Mr. Henderson, Rev. Mr, HUni 
•her, Mr, and -Mrs, Marvin, Miss llnrut. 
Mr. R.idout, Rev. Hermon A. Carson. 

♦ i Mr. Foster, Mr. West, , Mr. Clay. Mltf.-r 

* ' -Mllston. Rev. Mr. Mclnnis, Mr. Vance. 
Dr. VVntson, Dr. Allen. Mr. Noels,. Mr. 
Moore, Mr. (^ordcin. Mrs. Angus, Mrs. 
Brown, JMl Angus. Mrs. 06rUon. Miss 
Angus, Mr. .Gordon, Dr. and Mrs. 
Hasel, MlsB Hasel, Mr. yValker. Dr. 
Newcombe. Miss MMcdonald, Miss 
Webster. .Mra.....Mans<>n, .Miss .Mahson, 
Mrs. I^erguson. Mr. Hurt, Mrs. and Mfss 
Smith, Mrs. and Miss Hart, Mr. Llew^ 
f<Van, Mr'. Lawspn, Mr. Perry, Mr, Mor- 
rison, Mr. Page, Mrs, ferison. Mrs. 
Love, .Mr. Collinson, Mrs. Turner. Mrs. 
Holmes, Mr. Jones, Mrs,' L<>Ran. Mfs. 
Ralph Sruith, Ralph Smith, M. P.. Mr., 
Htmter, Mr. PeirSon, Mrs. Plmms. Mrs. 
David' Spencer, Miss Ada Spene^rj Mi^ . 
ttTtrt-Mlas: VVatts. ,>Ir. and ^,Ir^..^yilljarn 
Spencer, , Mr. Bone -and Mrs. Bone, Mr._ 
.Sarnpson. Mv.- .Logan, ll'r. Clark, M 
Fefgiwon, Mr. and ^t.ls8 -Fraser. Mr 
Cl:irl<,.Mr. D,6yle. Mr. and Mrs. ,\nguF- 
Sniith, Mr, Farrier. Mr! « and Mrs 
Burdle, Mr. Btrirkettv Mw.^Slpence, R^^v, 
Mr. Bond, Dr. ah3^ Mrs, Lnwls, Hall. 
Mr nnd Mrs. Harris.' Mr. fVlintieii. M- 
P. P.,TMr. and Mrs. Raymur, Mr. Hart' 

I nell," Mr. Jones ,Mlss Jones, Mr: ami 

i .Mrs.' Wiriams, -Mr. Lawsoti, Mif,. Dior, 

Mr. Dler. Mr. Tower, i\f,r. 'Angus, Mr. 

iCoburn, Rteg. Mr. Williams, Mr. .Mat-- 

!"l>owel, Mr. Brown, Mr. Johnson, Mrs. 

Llaaos, Mr. Joseph .\iMlrews, Mrs. Sln- 

Fplair, Mr. \Vi4iv-^M^%— Hide,- M.r.. jg-tn- 

'clalr, Mrs. Waters, ,Mr. Langton, Mv. 

i'anrt Mrs; Hall, Mr. Thomas, Mr, Stev- 

1 ens, Mrs. and MIsrt Ryaii, Mrs,. Blrlietts, 

Mr. and ^Irs. liou.ston, Mr. Ba.Vlls, Mr. 

.'ifirk. Miss- Hoylandj M.rsK .Harrison, 

.\lr. Hiildcll. Mr, and Sfrs. Kichdare. 

.\Uv. Sinii..'*'Ui. Mr.' and Mrs, Bl a a ki -- 

.Mrs. and .Miss Mead, Mrs. Me.n'd, Mr. 

anil"7lrs. .Mexandcr Riibinsoh and Miss 

It-.^irtson, Rev, Mr, MoXeill. Mr. Hotv- 

,.',;, ,\i.(t-.i;?ow,'!er, Mr. and Mra_ai!(! Miss. 

I'aylor, Rev. 

too, Mr. lOdwiirils, 

h. I'.i.Mdi-k. Mr. Hcndpr- 

Siiuii.M Ai-d. .Mr. Cii't)i- 

' s Mi'- 

:. MIS-S 

I 1 iii.siui, ■■:.! ' ' -■, -.Rev. 

: imd Mi'~ \ , Rev. 

Dr. Canii'lijl!, .M r. Bender., .\ir. nnd Mr.s. 
Glover. Mr. M<Le'o,i, MNh Diimhleton, 
;vlr, futhhort Holm- Mf. ^\\\- 

■ lair. Miss lUigh, Mi -niiili. Mr, , 

.Shiptnn,, Mr. Rp.v, .Mr, iL,iicrt9-.Sii-iii h, i 

"^ (Continued -On Pag» Seven. > \ 




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PITHEJR. ac LEISER 

Wholesale A|ent's for B.C. 
VICTORIA . VANCOliyER NELSON 



OWAMS 

\perfectionV /^ 

EOEOA f 



(MAPLE LEAF LABEL] 



Cowan's Perfection Cocoa i -lion it.sel' 

matchless - ' , smoothnes.^ liiw natural chc 
flnv"'- ii '■- '1 COWAN'S in a class by itself. 

.?r will .supply it. 




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THE COWAN CO.. LIMITED, 



TORONTO. 



The Colonist Has All the News 



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VICTORIA DAII.Y CCy.ONIST 



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Mrs. H. McKenzlfl C,lelanfl, Mr. and 
Mrs. F. L.. Cravvrord. Mr. uiul Mr.s. and 
Miss Combe, Mr. and Mr.n. Hoiiry 
Ctoft, Mr. and Mrw. rarhiklmcl, Mr. 
Lindlov Ortutse, iMr. .lyck I'tuiible, Mr. 
and Mr-s. t;orn\v!ill, Mrs. i.'Icland, Mi". 
and .Mrs. CrDt'ly and MIsh- \.mxc, Mr. 
and Mrs. Treiivor C'rns.s, Mr. a-nd Mr«. 
J. VV. Cliurch, Mr. and Mrs. A. It' 



Croase,. Mr. and Mr.s. ( 
Mr.**. Cla^y (SealU.!^) Mr. 
page, Mr, Craddock. 



olf-H, Rev. find 
and Mv^. Cup- 



M«Jor and Mrs. I>ni 
j)ont,' MisS' N. DupiMi 
Drnko, Mr. and Mis. 
DiiiiBniulr. .Mr, nftd 
MihisrH Uay, lli'tu and 
Mr. Dewdnoy, Mr. Davis, Mr. 
I)iirand,.Mrs, and tho Misses 
t<in. Mr. and Mrs. ITolnio.s. 
Mr.s. l)ii,:k','n.'-:oii, Miss. Pavey, 
('■oliiniliiii III!. I Mi'H. I^jiill. 



int. Mis? Du- 
.Mls.y VkXiy 

lid tllB MlSiaOS 

Mis. mill the 
Mr.-. J>('\vdncy. 

and Mr.s. 

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crts, .Ml; 
Victor 
Misses 
Ernest 
Kvan.s 



Mrs. anil 
Mrs. Fagan. 



Mr.~. 



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Mrs. 

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Mr. iiHi 
Foot' I 
and .Ml 
Fra.'<t'r. 



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K\\(>\. .Mr. and 
iOUis. .Mr.s. !!:rb. 
Kvanu CVanc'Hiver), Mr. Pwcy 
fVanconvcr),. Mrs. EnKlohart. 
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l'"ilzglbbon. Dr. and 
and Mrs. Flnlay.?on, 
Ici r'lor. Mr.. Trevor 



Mts.s 
Mr. 



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•'•man, .Mr. 
and Mrs. 



The Prime-Minister's Visit-^.Suggests Picture Taken During His 
Last Stayifl^etofia During tiie Regime of SirTTenri Joly de 
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FASHIONABLE WEOOING 
AT IHE CAIiihDIIAL 



Marriage <if W^ M, C. 'But- 
chart to. Mr. W.:Jl,f''Todd. 
Proves Brilliant Affair — 
Many Guests in Attendance 



A wedding, which created . wide- 
spread Interest took place yesterday at 
Christ Church Ca.thedral. when Miss 
Mary Chat win Butchart, daughter of 
Mr. and JMrs. Butchart,^ was married, 
to Mr. wniiatn CharleaJIflidd. the cere- 
mony hoinfr performed, by the Elshop 
i.f Colnrmbia. (Jwin^'^trr th«r Wneas of 
the Rev. Mr. J^nn.?, the Ver>- Rev. 
Dean of Columbia assisted th« bishop. 
The churciLJSilS beautifully decorated 
by Mrs. Tllton, the alttir being arrang- 
ed with bride's roseis and maiden hair 
fern. Four arches down the centre of 
"the alalo were massed with pale pink 
rambler rosea, with Cwo bamboo gates 
covered also \vith the saine rosea. The 
rest of the church, was artlsttcially 
decorated in pale pink ami Wjiiuvo 
sweet peas, maiden hair fern and quan- 
tities of gypsopihiUa and smljax. 

The bride, who was given away by 
her father, looked eharmlng in her 
dress of white liberty satin with over- 
dress of mousellne de sole embroidered 
in ibow knots and trimmed w'ith clus- 
ters of silver ro.«(es. She wore a wed- 
ding veil of real lace lent, by Mrs. 
Alexander Gillespie and she carried a 
phower bouquet of cream . rose's and 
'maiden hair fenv.-Th»-tw»-bcidc«maida. 
were Miss Jennie Butchart and, Mis.s 
Violet Pooley. both in dainty dresses 
• of cream lace over pink, with over- 
dresses of pale 'blufi.,^They wore large 
net hats trimmed with pink- a,nd- blue 
flo-w-ers and carried bouquets of pale 
pink ro.se's. The bridegroom was.sup- 
l<orted by Dr. Johjfi t,. To<i4 ■who un- 
dertook the dutie.i of best man, and 
the ushers were Messrs. Cainble. Ern- 
est Todd, Ross,. Gillespie,, Foo.te and 
Marshall. 

The bride was met at the door of the 
church by the choir who preceded her 
to the altar. While the hrldal party 
were in the veatry Mrs. Harry , Pooley 
.sang very sWMtly "A iHtte Prayer." 



■-- . The Reception 
. AltJttr the cerpmony Mrs. -Biitcliart 
hold a very large reception at 'Illahle." 
St. Charl«» street, which was b&auti-: 
fully tWcoratecVbi' friends of tho bride 
with sweet peas, Tarkspur and gyp- 
sophllla ■w^itlv wedcMypig beels of sweet 
poas. The refreshments were served 
in a marquee on the lawn In which 
was the bride's table beautifully dec- 
orated with creim roses, maiden hair 
ferii and cream rlbhon oh which was 
the handsbnje wedding cake. — 

■Some, exquisite toilettes were notic- 
ed. Tile bride's mother wore Battle blue 
with an overdress of mousellne.de sole 
and eniibroldered in taliie and silver 
with silver toque" trimmed with White 
aigrettes. " " ' ^ ■ 

Mrs. C. F. Todd wore a lovely ROwn 
of green Ijiberty satin with overdress 
of re.seda green chiffon and gold trlm- 
'inJngs. Her hat of green net was cov- 
ered with pink rosea yelled In tulle. 

JSIrs. J.. H. XSiAdi wore a handsome 
dress of blue silk trimmed with cr<»am 
lace and a most becoming hat covered 
with blue flowers. 

The Iw^de traveled In a' clfliirtnlng 
dre.ss of pale blue, ladies cloth. The 
'WSX being made with cape effect an^ 
pleated skirt and her lapge black hat 
was relieved with white. 

The iJridegrdom's presents to ,±he 
bridesniaids Were pearl and diamond 
pins, and to the best man a pearl tlf 

■pin. 

Invited Gueets 

The following Ih thei «st of Invited 
guests: 

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Mrs. and the Misses Angus, the 
Messrs. Angus, Major arid Mrs. Au- 
daln, Mr. and Mrs. Arbuthnot, Mr. and 
Mrs. Amber>% Mr. and Mrs. Wm. At- 
kin«i Rev. Stanley Ard. 



Mr. and Mrs. • ■ ■ ■' •■ .an.! :.!■ 
Galletlv, the Mi.^..-.,., i,...i.,.;y, .Mr. ai. . 
Mr.s Orealey, Mr. and Mrs. GUlespii', 
thi,i "Misses (ilUe sple, M r, and Mrst A. 
Gore, Mr. and .Mrs. and the MUsts 
Gu.udlft,~-HOTi. Mr. Justice Oregory, 
Mr. find Mrs.--T.. Gore. Mr. John TVr- 
bucrklt', Mr. A. T,, an.ward una . Mls.s 
ejoward, Mr. and Mr.s. Olbb, Mr, and 
Mrs. Albert GrlfHths, Mr. mttl-Mr». \V. 
Gore, Mr. arid Mrs. Hobdcn Giilpspio, 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexand-wr <:5illesple, Mr. 
Gambl?, Mr. arid Mrs. Garn»^tL_LMin 



Bay),jMr- .and Mrs. Grinitha, Mr. -and 
Mrs. Ogden Graham, Mr. and Mrs. 
Gordon (Otter Point). Mr.' and Mrs. 
Qi bB o n, Miss Greet, MIsS K. Bennett. 

^^_ ; H, .,..___^' : 

' iyr. and Mrs. and Miss Ha riTiiilffon, 
Mr. Hebden, Dr. and Mrs. Ha-sell, Mr. 
and Mrs. Jas. Harvey- *lr. and Mrs. 
Louis Hind, Chief Justice and Mrs. 
Hunter. Mr. an'. Mrs. F. Hlgglns. Mr.s. 
and Miss He.sterman Mr. and Mr.s. 
Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Heis- 
ternian. Dr. and Mrs. and Mis.s Helrii- 
cken. Rev. and Mrs. Holmes (Dun- 
cans). Mr. and Mrs. Hemming,. 

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Capt. and *Mrs. John Irving, 
Misses Irving. 

Lt.-Col. and Mrs. A; Jones, Mr. 
son, Mr. Geo. JOhriston Mr. arid 
Trewartha Jam^s Mr. T. James. 
Perelval Jenns and Mrs. Lalng 
Janlon, Mr. Jame.s. 

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Jep- 
Mrs. 
Rev, 
Mrs. 



oirette, 
And Silk Underskirts 

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We offer a, charminfr sclc(-li(in of Silk, Moi.rette and Moreen- Undef-- 
sK-irts frpni early I'all Shipments: 

|Moreen Underskirts, in myrtle. residfT.red and brown $1.50 

Moreen Underskirts, in navy, black, cream,'' slky^-^llc^e blue, carciina^, 

11 laiuT. i»ni"pK' ami old rose ■-■«, ;r> » • • • v •'■' • * * ' * * • -y^'^^ 

Moirette ^Underskirts, in black, greeny w^€, navy, brown, sky, t:uip(\ 

purple and Copenhagen blue ^ . ." . ' . ... ...... ... ■^- • .$.^.tiO_ 

MoirettelUnderskirts, in black,, whJte, brown; sky, navy, green, grey^ttw^ 

(juoise, Nile -and^ shot ^. . $»>.oQ 

Extra Large Sizes Moirette Underskirts, in navy, black, purple, mauve 



and brown, $6.50, $4.90-- • • 



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$3.25. 



Moirette Underskirts, in- champagne,^rose, cardinal, white, black, .sky, 
navv, brown, emerald * ... .1 ...... r. . . . . . ..... .!p4..^o 



Silk iJiiderskirts 



A very fine range of Silk UnjLersklrts in.black only at .$5.00 

All shades in Silk Underskirts at $5.50 Vip to. .$18.00 




The New Style HoBble Skirt 



::^e have on view the new style Hobble Underskirt, irt soft black satin, 
silk fringe, in blackandblack and white. This is a strikingly handsome 
be seen to be appreciated. Prices are reasonable — Up.f-rom . . , , 



handsomely trimmed with deep 

garment, which only requires to 

: ....-...,. ..........$10.^0 



B. 

tfit. and Mrs. Bodwell, Mr. Jno. Bry* 
den, Mr. and Mrs. and - the Misses 
Blackwood, Mrs. Bro,wn. Mr. and Mrs. 
F. Barnard. -Mr. ahd Mrs. G. H. Bar- 
nar(r,Tin Broliil^yr Iftmnnl MrR.-Birr^ 
len, Mr-r^^9«*las Bullen, Mr. Barton. 
Mrs. Blalkloek, Mr. and Mrs. Berke- 
ley,^Mr. and Mrs. H. Beavetv, Mr. and 
Mrs, Robt. Beaven, Mr, arid Mrs. Crow 
Baker. Mrs. and MlsaClapharti, Mr. 
and Mrs. Brett, . Mr. and Mrs. Bolton. 
Mr. arid Mrs. Jrnd Miss Weaver Bridg- ■ 
man,r-Mr._and_M_rs, Gavin Burns. >'- 
Balr.d (Toronto), Mrs. and M|ps J- 

Bell,' Mr. and Mrs. Beaslcy, Mr. 1; 

cock. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Barton, Mrs. 
O. M. Butchart (Ovven Sound), Mr. 
and Mrs. D. M , Butchart (Owen 
Sound), 'Mr. and Mrs. Robt, Butchart 
(Owen Sound), Mr. and Mrii. A. S. 
Butvhart (Lakeflcld), Mrs. "Barrett 
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The New Gloves for Au- 
tumn Are Here 

Dent's and Fowne's Motbr and- "Street Gloves for early fall 
wear, all the correct .shades and styles., The assortment 

will please yoti." Prices from^ per pair, $1.25.10 $6.00 

LADIES' GLOVES 
Wc specialize in Ladies' Gloves. All the best- make's, viz.. 
Dent's, Fpwne's and Perrin'^,.ind;piving gloves and for street 
wear. ' ■"■■,"■' '-" ' , ,' '■ ,. 'fa;,,,.*^ ■' ' 

WE GUARANTEE..E1;?ERY PAIB OF GLOVES WE 

" SELL , ■""-": :■' '■' ■'■ -^ 



Today marks the commencement of pur usual Semi-Annual Sale of the leading makes of American Foot- 
wear. There is no "Sla shing'' or " Mutilating^ "of -prices, bu^just a genuine reduct ion on our entire stock, 
' Most Victori ans k now the class of "fodtwear we. carry, and for this reason we always enjoy the re- 
putation_of being * 'The Home of Correct Footwear ifor the Entire Family.", 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ltd. 

F. A. GoM/en, Mnnaoino IMrcct^M TIT4 Government Street 



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FOR SORE FEET 

Yqu do not need to suffer with hot,< tired, aching or ^wol- 
Irn ffct, even during the warm weather, if you use this b,6st of 
all Foot Powders. 'Apply a little each day, according to direc- 

1ion7,"arirrTt~tviTl keep the skin from per.spiring ahd blii^tering. 

Try a 25<*' I'^x ;itv! \"n'!! l^c aMe to w,;;!-; ui comfort. .Mail 
ordrf^; ;i '■.[icn ia !' \- 

CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 



T^els. 425 and 450 



:228 Government Street 



aclies^ 



Xpiack Suede Button Boots, hand welts, Am- 
erican make. Regular price 
$6.50. Sale Price ...... . . . 

Patent Colts, . button ' and lace, suede and 
era venettt tops. Reg-, valines: 
np to $5.50. Sftle" Price. .... . 

latent and Tan Oxfbrds, calf and , kid. 
Reg-ular $4.00.' 
Sale Price ......:..' — . . . . 



$4.15 



$3.35 



$2. 1 5 



400 Pairs Misses' Shoes in tan and tf» i Qn;' 
black. Siifes.ii t_s.2. Sale Price $ * *^^ 

1 50 Pairs Ladies Kid^Oxf ords» 
paterit tops. ; Sale Price 



$1.10 



Makes, such as the 
*Tlorsheim" and '*Net- 
tleton" for men, and the 
**Cousin'Vand ^^Gross" 
for women (four 6f our 
exclusive agencies), 
stand alone in their su- 
premacy. as the highest 
standard obtainable, and 
these, -of course, are-^ 
included in our Sale. 



Gent* s 



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Patent Colt Bluchers, weired. 

Rej.,ailMr $5.0(x Sale Price .. . 
3ox Calf, Vici Kid and Tan 

Kcsular ^SXkk Sale IVice. 
Men's Box Calf, Vici Kid' and Tan Calf 

Bluchers'. 'Regular values up 
' to $5.50. Sale Price . . 






'!.'.'... $3.35 



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400 Pairs Boys'. School Shoes. 

Si?;es- t..u^.5,.-.-SalGr Price. . . . . 

4oo"Pairs Youths' School Shoes." 

Sizes, II t(i i^^ • i^ale Price.. . . 
Little Gents' School Shoes. 

Sizes 8 to 1" . Salp 'Price . . . 

500 Pairs Children's Shoes. 
Sizeji 8 to Taf'2: Sale Price. . . 



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$1.30 

,:$L20 






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Vli* OolouUt" Friutlur &nd PnbUabl&C 

Company, Xilmlted IiUblUty. 

lail-iais Broad St., Victoria. B. O. 



J. SMi. MatHon. 



The Daily Colonist 

Delivered by carrier at 50 cents per 

month, if paid in ailviinoo: CO ci-nls per 
montli ir lai'.il •Tttnef'tTlH-^'iOth- or each, 
month. Mutlird, potitimlil, to any part 
of t'anaJa, exeniit Vuo city oir euburbdii 
districts, >v!ilch iirn covort-d liy our cur- 
rlere, or the ITnllta Kuigilutu ut vlio 
foUovyl-nij ratoa: 

Onp Toftr 

Six Moiitlia 

Tliroe Miinttis 

JConflon Of nco, 90 - 93 Fleet 



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Ueforo Parliament— and the Colonist 

alone union* the Conservative papers 

,or Canada endorsed the policy of the 

government In that hehalt while 

pleading that more might well have 

been proposed— did we find .tlie BU'p- 

porters of the adminlatratlon on the 

floors of the HouSe taking occasion to 

Impress upon the governnn-nt, parlia- 

jnent and the penile of the country 

at large the grt^at Importance of the 

part that tliiH Western iroiitier raiiat 

pla,\-. in .■(iiineeliiiri with thu naval 

deleiu-e of the Kiupile arul lUr ''"" j ^,i,i,.t',.Hl ijl.Th 

p.rativr necessity I'm- |.io\i(ii!iK '"'■'*- j Aliiilulily i;'" 

lli'.M' l.irillur.s ,ilit apl'liaii. vy 11^;^!;. I,,,, yi-x.]-, n^ ■■ 

111- lor ihi r.'iMii -1 .liip.- i!i > a: 1 ' ,1,,., i,,\ ,.|-, ,., 

war. \\ .■ ht-ar.l nutliiin; '>i lix' .i-'.i '■■■ i ' .nla. ir- li;.:' 
> I 111; (■' '!i:iiiia ee "i 1 1 iis . > 'i.-i , 



may bo ndeauaioly developed." To 
which \\;e say Hear, lle'ur, and again 
Hear, Hear. 



Tihe sea of faces on, the ParllamPnt 
la.wn last, evenlirg as seen^from the 
windows of the BulldlnK, was a .'fiKlii 
to be forgotten. 



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iVld visllora to. Victoria ikhu.- 
terday that in all. the thyuaaud.s 
thronged the alreetH 



wiio 

there did nut 

seenfToba a: single person poorly clad 

nr whiKse appearance .betokened 

ji. .\ riay V 'I'hi.'; i.s one ' 
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Thursday, August 18, 1910 ' 

YESTERDAY'S RECEPTIONS 

Till- p' r.-MM. v. i\ti would, not have 
been pleased' with th% receptions e.t- 
temled to Sir \Vilfrld Laurier y.es'ter- 
d,i>, wuiiM ho h£frd to satisfy. Indeed 
\'. , 'Hturp to think that the Prime 
.M ini-ter's heart nmst have been deepr 
ly touched as he stood- upon the bridge 
lit' the princess and looked out on 
thf iieMirrror^ene" and the vast and 
brilliant crowd that assembled to greet 
him on his arrival in the* city. So also 
i.isi night when- so many people 
thronged the leglsla<tiye cham'ber to 
Kiasp him -by the hand or tilled the 



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A.s thi- 
laluiK I 

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her knowledge i^ the chlel factor In 
pgiclouii PaT4iament grounds, he onTStT"^** case. 



liave felt -that it Is good to. be a Can- 
adian. The greeting . was, as we said 

>- .<terday it ai OiiliijafejEO thu'rhan and 
'10 statesman, td one who is in every 

ense a representative Canadian. 
Not only must the distinguished visi- 



ley and the Railway Belt, which is 20 
tor have felt It good tojse a CanadlaiL-Lmiiea wide acrosa^the whole province^, 
hut there can hardly h ave la een a per- 
all 



son -in all the throngs who did not 
feel his patriotism strengthened by the 
demonstrations. The one thing that 
has been lacking In the Dominion In 
the past Is a sense of'ttnlty; the one 
, thing which the transcontinental 
Journey of Sir , Wilfrid will promote 
more than anything else Is this sense 
of unity. He may gain a certain 
amount of political strength from 'it 
and he is entitled to all that is Justly 
his on that account; ,T)iit far greater 
than any effeot. w-hich his - tour will 
have In that behalf, Will be the promo- 
tion of this spirit of unity without 
which Canada can never realize her 
high destiny. "We make bold to say 
that, if .we know our visitor at all, he 
will feel far greater pride and satis- 
faction at being able to contribute to 
such a result that he will derive from 
any political gain that may come to 
himself aiid party as the oatcottie of 
his tour. 



SOME PROVIIMCIAL MATTERS 



While we ar-e' all very prosperous 
and optimistic out In thi^ part .of 
Caha4a,7the^lS'iine Minister ought nojl 
fo returQ^fiome ujider'TBe Impre'Sston 
that there lis nothing whlgh tlje peo- 
ple \o( this comftnjnity think they 
' have a right to ask at the hands of 
his ministry. The»plaln truth is that 
Victorians haveri)een" all too modest 
In asserting- their' clainrs-forconslder- 
ation. Thl? part of the Dortilnion has 
been content to play tlie role of Laz- 
arus and be satisfied with the crumbs 
that fall from the table of le^lerul 
munificence. Sir Wilfrid will besiir- 
, prised to learn that one of the reasons 
that are advanced here for noi^^reas-- 



lli" Uiiiiurlance ul pi' '\ '■'>' a(4 !■•! 

!,■ .■ ayainst -a poaslM. ■ n- ii>:. 
|l^|■^^cnlation of' the l.ucts re- 

.1 these iwci inipcrtant iliic.-^ of 

I'. ould~hav.' .•,i....iiy .siiciiKi '■'■II-' 
ed Sir Wilfrid. Luurler's position bo-r 
fore the country, it has always been 
a iii-fiet Vf Hurprtie~B^i^^^^^ 
supporters In Parliament were unable 
to discover opportunities for. giving 
expression to the opinions on these 
points, which'' '•«»- know they share 
with the Colonist and tlxe^people of 
these constituencies. ""Toehold opln- 



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I- di: •:< t :il 
exeeedingly .uii:;.i 1 1 i '■ '•• 
of_ things in the \ i. I'-i \- 
The refei' i; . i.-i especially to lettere 
ni ailed f ui loe ai deliv£rj4:,^i!tke .same \ 
complaint may. perhaps,, be justified 
in reg:ard to letters received in the 
city from outside points, buTTSs: we 
do. riot kno^ this to^^Jtbe case wo 
shall assimie it Is not. , So .many In- 
6tancea-^=»f— the noiiirxieiivjery— ol-liical 



Conference Visitors-Don't Miss This 



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Two things you must sec this week — Sir Wilfrid and this store. You'll have to see 
the Premier today — and today would be an excellent time to visit this establishment. 

Come in here and see something unusual in imported china, glass, silvei-, drapery ma- 
terials, carpets, furniture, etc. You'll find displays that will compare favorably with any 
shown in cities many times the size of this one, and a few minutes can be profitably and 
pleasantly spent here. 

You are welcxjme — and there's no obligation to purchase. 



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lettgra have been brouitht under the 
Ions and- to fail to express them at ^^^^t theC-oionlst that It would] 

be wrong not to make mention of 
them. Here are same. .of them. Twenty 
Invitations wern -lsHUf.d to resid ents, 
of Victoria four weeks ago; four of 



tht psycholojgical moment is like wirilf^ 
Ing at your sweetheart In the dark. 
YotLjnay k now l.t, but she don't, and 



-I!lL£.J?XiiY,i,iice of British Coliirtibla, 
in order to secure railway construction, 
p ave to th« -Dominion ov«it-l,&0(MXOtt 
acres of land on Vancouver Island, 
3,500,000 acres in the Peace RivirvaV- 



lngt~40Jt--grfiater consideration is tliat 



It may embarra'~s8-T.m^repre8effta1J*^-H?:.'^*T' as sistance.- We hope we 



to ask for very much. We are not 
.quite sure just what this means. The 
Jdea may be that If our representa- 
tives, that Is those who are of the 
same polltlca} faith as the govern- 
ment, appear anxious that something, 
shall be done 'ft^" the" province, they 
•win become personae non gratae with 
the powers that be. It may be that 
those who advance this re^ason for Iri- 
attion fear that lack of snccess inay 
re-act upon those who mke fruitless 
efforts. But be this As it may, the con- 
tention Is frequently made-thiat we 
should not press the .supporters of the 
govemmei^t tpo vigorously, for . by bo 
doing we may einbarras6 them. We 
think we only do the Prime ^Minister 
BimpBe justice wheh we say that "rib 
representative, either a 8Xij)l>ortter or 
opponent of the government, would 
, lose fayor by presenting w;lth what 
vigor he could coinmand~WhWever he 
. thinks would be in-the Interesfta of his 
provlZLce! or his eonstituency. ".'■ 



{ We direc;t aftentioh to several sub- 
jeet.s in illuistratlon of what we mean. 
\\ I a the National Transcontinentai 
I'vallvway measureHjEak—liefore" Parlia- 
n.ont no member. jij[ .'the House of 



exclusive of course of the land within 
that belt a'ready granted to private 
pfrpo na.' Thn value of these gifts of 
land was not fully appreciated, at the 
time, .but we now know it amounts to 
mkni; millions »f dollars. We con- 
cede that >mo8lTfif the appreciation in 
Its value arises from the construction 
of the railways In consideration - of 
which It was given; but'^ this in no 
way ■detracts from the value of the 
■gift: — In cunn e cl itm -with this there 
are some considerations, which the 
Colonist has asked the supporters of 
the ministry to bring under Its at- 
tention. We asked: 

. That the Minister of the Interior 
might t>e requested not to take the 
pick of the Peace River country, but 
to choose only what would be a fair 
average; al«<) th%t, he should not Select 
the whole of ■*hat is llk<«ly "to be the 
first to t>e occupied: 

That Parliament should be gjven to 
iinderstand that In view of the magnl- 
tqde of thfise gifts and their great 
valiue, British CoTirmbia ought not to 
bt charged with being a burden upon 
the* Domlriiion, or 'to be held up as a 
provtnce for vvhtch much had been 
expended 'without anything having 

been givein in~'retftrn. 

That the giving of these valuable 
areas out of the public domain for 
railway , purposes establishes a just 
and equitable claim for the liberal 
treatment of the province in respect to 
future rallAvay construction Intended 
primarily for local development. 

We do hot lose sight of the advan- 
tage to the province of the construe- 
t l on o f »t ho Cro'w'9 Xtst — Pass, — -the 
Grand Trunk Pacific and ^uch other 



them are yet undelivered. A number of 
Invitations Issued two months. ...ago 
are yet undeli vered; invitations, sent 
xmt a week In advance o£ .the occaa^v 
ion,, to which they related were de- 
livered one week after it; a local bosi- 
ress letter was delivered two weeks 
jatter It ?\ns mailed to a person whose 
address -was left at Ulie PoSt (jiff Ice, 
Other incidents might be cited, but 
the se will do as illustrations. One 
lady says that cards of invitations 



sent out are so frequently 'pot deliv 
ered that sh* takes the precatition to 
telephone to. the persons to whoiu they 
are sent to find out ' , If the Cards 
have, been, received. It is possible that 
ln~ some cases th* addresses are riot 
as explicit as they ought to be, and 
this may occasion a "day or so of de- 
lay; but no -excuse can ht gi ven for 
failure td deUver letters addressed; \o 
well-known peop|e; whose names are 
In both the business Jtthd ' teU-phone 
directories. We mention the matter 
in this public wa.\ Jn the hope that 
stepu will be taken tp remedy what is 
a growing evil. > 




railways as hare been made possible 



arplTrna d -m t ndgd-enough t o »ecognliie 
th^^Valuo O'f undertakings originating 
with oui political opponents, although 
^Ve may have questlotted "the wisdom 
of tHe plans .by which they were car- 
ried into execution. What we say Is 
that ^Parliament and the country have 
been permitted to believe that British 
Columbia had long ago rfeceivefl more 
than she was entitled to, and that ef- 
, -^j, ^"fforts to secure more generous recog- 
rdtion for the province, made In 'fhe 
local press, have not been backed up 
by the supporters of th«-^«ovcrnment 
as we think they ought to have bceh- 

'"'We are confident that the personal 
o'bservatiOns of Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr 
during his stay In this province will 
c6hvlhce ^Inv, that, extensive as. what 
his .ministry haS done In the way of 
developrn^nt .prodiJcts ; may appear 
whfen vlewed| across ttid brtodth of a 
Sontlnertt, the - fie l d ■ rtP - ■prof ttafale"^Tip=" 



f^ASRfONABtE WEDDING 

AT THE CATHEDRAL' 



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(Contlni^ed from Page. 3) 



K. 

Mr., and Airs, Kirk, Mrs! Iind tht j 
Mrs. Keefer. >ligne. fepd Mlli?. Ijifi •*fer^- 
pezdi'on Mr, and Mrs. Ker. Mr. and 
Mrs. "KirkhrTde, Mrs. "and Mliis King 
Mr. and Mrs. Ol*o. Kilbourn (Owen 
Souml.) 

"■ ■■• ;,. . L. ■ ; 

-Mr.'and Mrs. nnd the Misses Law-, 
son Mr. a-nd Mrs. Kangley, Mr. and 
Mrs. and Miss Little, Mr. .L.owr3{. Mr. 
and Mrs. Al; Lindsay, Mr. and"! Mrs. 
and Miss I^ugrin, Hon. Mr. Justice and 
Airs. L:^m|)nian, Mr. arid Mrs. Loaee 
(Tod Inlet) Mr. Karl Loewenberg Mrs. 
E. M. Lalng. l^r. and Mra. IjiCKat Lee- 
der, Mr. and Mrs. Luxton. Mr. and 
'Airs. ICll.as l.>e.roon (Owen .S'lund) Mihs. 
Mary Pat&rson (Owen Sound),. Mr». 
-Fred. , Lepan (Owen Sound), Miss 
Franrjn LeT)an„(Owe.n Sound). 

W- 

.. CMf'f ' ' Ju.fflce,. and. .Mrs. Mac- 
donald. Mrs. McfTallurti, Mrs. -amtl- 
.Mi«fl 'MiHvsey, 'Mr. and Mrsi Alexis 
Martin. Hon. and Mrs. a.id the 
Misses -Ms n do.itJ ' U I , .tli. and ^^■^.^ M.tn ' Jf 
Mr. and Mr.s. and the Ml.s.se8 Mdc- 
Dowall, Mr. and Mrs. Steven.son, the 
Misses Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Mac- 
Lean, Mr and the Misses MeKayu, 
Mr. and Mrs. Maclure, Mr. and, Mrs. 
and the Misses Morit^lth', Mr, Mar- 
shall Mr. and Mrs.. Mat.son. Mr. and 
Mrs. Henry Martin, Mr. and Mrs. 
Matthews, Hoik , and iMrs. McHrid-e'. 
Mrs. K. A. -Mcyu'ad*', Mr. L. O. and 
Miss McQuade, Mr. Meredith, .\Ir. and 
Mrs.. Miisketl, Miv- find Mrs. Miller, 
Mr. ar>d Mrs. and the Isge.s McCfat^. 
Senator and .Mrs. McMlilln (Roche 
Harbor), Morr Mr. Justice and Mrs, 
Martin, the Misses Martin, Captain 
aiid Mrs. Macdona.ld, Pr. and Mrs. 
Munsen, Mr. and iVfrs. McGregor. .Mr. 
and. Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Mdvuggan 
(Matsqul), Mr, Mar'don.Tld. , 
'. '"" ■ ■ N. 
I?r. and Mrs^. NelKi>.!, Mr. and Mrs. 
NewlantTs (Tod Inlet), Mr. and, Mrs. 
Neu (Tod Irilet), Mr.' apd Mrs. f'red. 
Norrts, Mr. and Mrs.. I'". Norrls, Mr, 
ajnd Mrs! H, NorrlS, Mrs, Pendray, Miss 
Ellery, Mr. and Mrs. Walter ,NioIloI7 
jLVjuieoHxexX. 



ommons, so far lui iiir« .a:<k^ aware, and 

we do not think' We tjfth be mistaken 
on this point, felt' called upon to direct 
; :i 1 1 tlon to the very great Btrat«g;ic 
iidvanta,ge of the position pf Van- 
couver Island in connection with- 



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cViiiunorce nnd tr 



.ly from (j^uebec- to Jiilyi.jv- 
it would afford an ulter- 
tn rhn sr;\. and open what 



portiinlty for the wise exercise of a 
instruc tive policy in ~ Chl« province Is 
very far" inde ed from havfng 6een 
fully occupied. ' Wfe trust he will 
realize that the time has come wheri 
the western, frontier of the'nominion*, 
the greatest"- of all the fronttgrsofTthe 
Enipire shall bulk rhore largely in the 
progress . of Cknada theji It has 
hitherto dohft. He fias seen In the 
provlrices oh thi? Prairlea iwhat scope 
there is for the development of a 

Ii (>c f i o ri w llh Wah'STporifttlOtl. But 
trati>:p'>rt!ition i« . even , mofe-. Impor-^ 



. P. , , '• 
Hon. a.nd Mrs. and the MisseB Pool- 
-«ij',' Mr. and .Mr.s. R. H. Poofey.. Mr. 
and MlsB Phi pps, Mrs. PemberiofiT^r. 
and Mrs. F, B. Pombertbn,. Lieut. - 
Oov. ah4 Mrs;' Paterson, Mrs, Potts.-^ 
Mr. and Mrs. fi. G, Palmer ((.^hcmain- 
us), 'Mr. and Mrs. and 'Misa Peters^ 
Col. and Mrs., Prior, Miss Perry, < Mr. 
ahdlh'e "Misses pitta, the Messrs. 
Pitts, Bishop of Columbia and Mr-n, 
Petri n, Dr. and Mrs. "rmd- MI.ms Po^^'ell. 
Mp.9, Pl goft, Mr. :and .Mi:8. Arth ur, Plg- 
ott, . Mr. and Mrs. Puhnett, Qo}<, arid 
AlVf P"*"-", f^a'p< r'„ir,t-u — !,:.„, • ■■' . 



R. 



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p-'rairii';-. and 
-to r'-eoitauv . 



Mr, gnd Mr?. Rltliet^_Mr.. and Mrs. 

J; . A; FSith.et,' Dr. and Mrs. Hcfmimri 

Ro he r t.fron— M r . fi n d -Mrs:;- Art frn i- H b I » - 

_ frtsonr.-Mr.-'-'H-fKf - .Mi'i». Stiuirt Robert-- 

, . #.:i:olunxhia-HhaMt^jB.lo.i.^LUkJ^iUM^ 

lit ^ — ., — r-- ■■■ , Mrs. ..Hocke Itidierts.on, Mf" "rtfl Mj-h. 

too. far-."<eelng .j(^.h,„ii..s,: ("of:, and i^Ir:-;. ii- Miv 

iiiui Mrs. itay.nn.iT'i' .Nrr. ii'rtd mi:', 

Hurry Uo,si«,Mr K; 



(he tlmf" is nt 



1,! .. 

tlje 



itoS'TS, Mr. 
I and ■M-<'s*v 
Keiey, Mr. 



l„-i'vvy.in', 
I nd .^lI•.'^. 



.Mr." and .Mi 
.\llst«lr Ho 



■J,|. .• ! 

CX!< i 

eontinenii 
\''ancouver 



lalare 



'''X, 

r'f Tmcf "^oTiF t iiat ''gr.'ii t 1 1 m i > • 1 1 i k . i i8,,..ou t 
w ould expedite the development of a 
,, j.,l,,n of unsurpassed potential 
\v(allh, the report.s Of" the 'debates in 
llan-sard do not disclose thft fact. 
^citU'cr wloii 11. e naval question was 



tliHU tUo.se. vylii 

Tunltj^ ' "wfil "eeti 1 1 • 



Slpeaklng at Vancoi'n 'i i -.i- 
pleman said: "Our gren' 
pr'oblem is tranf!j)ortatioii. A\ <■ want 
British Columbia to be opened up Ih 
order that In r i i^t. natural resoiirces 



Mr.s. Hltifer Mr. iiiu 
M.r-,.-«UHt. M.ra. .Sprat t 
R. Smith, Ml.«- 
and MifiB Siiyai- 
son. Archdeacon and 
Mr. arid 'Mrs. .Holly, M"rfi 
(Con: I. .. : ..;. I 'age 



.Mrs. SliaUi-i' 
find Mr.s 



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.. i^ovv Is the Time lo Choose and This the Ideal Place 

The Fall season is almost upon us, and in the Fall there's alv/ays more or less of a rearrange'mejit in 
the furnishings of the home, and especially is this noticeable in the curtains and hangings. 

1 f you C()ntemplate any changes in your home, we suggest that yoil inspect our showing of lace cur^ 
tains before you (Jecide upon the purchase of any curtains. The present stock shows an excellent choice 
of attracti-ve ciirta'ins styles,-and they'are all priced at figures that are de-ci<kdly easy> .. 

Try the Weiler Store this Fall. \. 

Wc Have Smart Styles from 75 Gents per Pair 

\ow seventy-five cents doesn't seem a great deal to pay for. a pair of lace curtains, but jt is surprising 
what :in excellent pair may be obtained here for this small sum: Design is artistic and the quality splendid 
—an excellent curtain for those looking for a low-priced stylc.^,^-^^ 

'Of .course wc have many others at prices ralnging upwards from this figure — you may satisfy any de- 
ft ircr:tE£ihe matter of price.*^ Ther^.'s a magnificent range of styles— -designs 1^hat are particularly atttac- 
tivc. {'leased tofeve you yi-sil-lhe. curtain departmcriH and inspect these at your leisure— you ar-c welcome. 
See what we have iii — 



NOTTINGHAlVr" 
SWISS APPLIQUE 
__SUNDOUR MADRAS 



.IRISH POINT 
IBATTENBERG--^ 
BONNE FEMME 



ITALIAN IJffiE^!^ 
ENGLISH NOVELTY 
"ARISTON" LACE 



■ ''S.iin(lour''--Bcs't CoIorcdTortain Material 

Artistic Creations the Sun Cannot Fade <:»i8arant€ed 

If you wish something in colored curtains or curtain materials, thert is nothing we can so heartily recommend as 
these "Sundour" fabrics. They are absolutely the best that we show, and that means the best shown in the West. 

The colors and patterns are much above the average in the artistic way, and then they are guaranteed absolutely per- 
manent—the sun cannot fade them. And withal, tlie .prices are easy— values that are unbeatable. Come in and iee the 
various weaves shown in these siinfast fabrics. . ^ 

"Sundour" Madras Muslins from, per vard. . . . . ..... .75<* "Sundour" Linen Tafffctas ffom. per y.ard. .$1.00 

"Sundour" Casement Fabrics from, per vard. .... .$1.00 ^un<iotir" Madras Curtains from, per pair. ..$7.50 



Do Up Your Own I ace Cisiiains 

~-^~-~' . ■ • xj.y One ol rticsc Curtain Stretchers This Fa^^ 





fioP/ece Np£^ ' 



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^;.>Pretty soon it'll be the season to commencft 
washing the' Summer dust from the lace cuftainsr 
and no doubt you dread the task. Don't worry. 
The^oia vi;ay of ironing the family lace curtains was 
a hard task to the housewife. It meant sore thumbs, 
backache, and the hduse all upset. 

A new way has been found that lets you have 
fresh, clean curtains all the time. You will kno\y 
how easy it is to have these •when you 

Use the "No-Piece" Curtain Stretcher 




The "No-Piece" Slretciiei Schmi Fays for liself 



What A-M -INC on laundry bills alone will soon pay for one of these stretcli.i> -to say .nothing <^f the wear and tear the 
curtains c-> nu U is easy and' simpl? to use and dne?* the most delicate lace cnnains without a kink or wnhklc. 

Il'sfranio.is of clean,' white bass-wood, made so that k.wiH-^sl<^^ ^".v '''^'f ^^ ctirtam. \ on can put in the curiam 
time— .sini])!'. ruul easily. Come in and let us show. you these. 



tn no 



Several Styles Priced from $1.75 to $3,50 



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Best Choice of Squares in the Ciiy 

— - — iiiindrcds Are onJDispiay— On RiiffRack§- 

Alth mT^h we^how a larger assortment of J-ufis and squares. than any other \\'estern_ 
"estabh^inu'm^uT'Hr^^^^ von the entire lot in.a .f ract io n - o i the timciT^Tjrkrs the other 
TTt^nts .to show: their Tew" 



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' Spet'iailv cohstructed rug racks permit this. Wc have hundreds on display, and this 
showing lias proveaJLgreat help to the husy shopper. Fcumcrly these rugs were piled one 
the other <and sometimes but a corner was shown—now the entire pattern may be seen. . 
- T^his'displayisinterestingbecawsedf quantity, variety, qualitv .ind fairness of prices. 



Canadian 
establish- 

system of 
on tap ol • 

Better see 



Ingrain Squar<:!j$ from .$-JQ.oo to ....:.... 
Tapestry Squares 'from $2A.oo t-. ..••••• 
Bru$sel^,SquareS from $42.00 to . , . ._iju^ 
.■"i\xminster Squares frrMii n<.0<^ to'. . .#. . ,>. 



$5.00 

. . .»f>.oo ■ 

.^Ki.OO 

.S?18.75.; 



Wilton Squares fr'om $48.50 t6 . . . . 
Velvet Squares from $42.00 to . . . . 
\, Smyrna' Ru|s.,fro:ni-$?= nn ),>■ . . ;. , . 
Genuine Onental Ru. : prices. 





Out-of-Town 

Ordci;; 
Packed and 

Sliimril Free > 




COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS. VICTORIA. ll.C. 



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VICTORIA DiOLY (X)LQNIS1 



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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 



Latest 
Arrivals 



Mr. II. S.xlriffillis 



went over, to 
.111 the CJianner. 



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i Mr. f. 11. Hdwca int last night. 
! I. W'.ialiu'SH iri|i lu \'aiicouvcr. 

♦ ' "» • 

Mr. .V II. II. MiuVowaii, .M. P. 
I -rclur'ai'il' in Vaiicuuvur la«t, tilglu. 



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Cfiptniu uMuskVtt BiHurneil lu tliv rU.v 
■stfriln,\- from Vaiunnivcp. 



■.MihH K. 
Valifiuu li 
\\w fits-. 



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lilair Iran 

a .'^ i \ \'. ' ' 



I'rl ninri 
■k;--' \ l.^lt 



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Montelius 
House 



MlloilllU. 



Air.' 



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l-'fli'-i'!l \l 
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rosi-K. Tlif groiim'B nlft to the bride 
waw a aianiDnd (uk) rub.v rliiB, and to 
tlio lirltlesinald a daliil.v brooili. lli<' 
d.'»lM)i ln-liig 111 tUf idiapt' of wll<>ttt H.'t 
with iicarla. The lirooiu w a« supportod 
h.v his brothbr, Mr. A. H. l'Yrt?i-r. Jv.,- 
who received a imir of gold eufl' Uiil<8. 
Mr. I-J. MeKelvJi^ and Mr. Teny Knot 
ahls "asKlst(.M:ras ushers. The Kaivred 
cMliflee was b<;a,ul ifuU.v iteeoraled^ lor 
the oeeasion with sweet peaH and other 
:lower», the artlntlc work of the ladir.s 
of the -'ir^t. Agiien' Culld." A wedditlK 
lirli uf \\'\\\\< and white- pra.-i was a 
(hanniiiK' feature. The choir alily ren- 
dered the Miairiagt hymn. "Oh Perfeet 
l.n\r.' After \.\\t eoreinony the wed- 
ding l)artv drove to' the re.«idcnee of 
Captain Johll Newhy, Hithet Htreei, 
where ^v reccM'tjnn. vaS' 'k'''' "I"! ""' 
hride and i-'fi'Mn recei\cd tie- ' on-^ 
•.^raUdallon.s ..! ;i jarye muiilipr of 
I riend.s. Maiiv h.ui'dHonio and useful 
:;iris were reeejved which teslit\cil to 
the e.sleem in w'hleh thoy are held. The 
>'oui!K eouid'e left hy, tlie S.S. Chariio r 
rn roiite to Banff, wher..' the hoi\i'.v 

;;;,!. Ml will he' spent. t.1|l Ih.M l.'UlliL 

Mr. iinil Mrs. G. (7. Kr'as^i \viil m.p!' 
(in Simeoe street: m; il'U li' Ih/Iik' 




whieh has .jiisl 



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CHURCH UNION DISCUSSED 



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I' fii'dcrlek VVoodu of this eiiy re- 
ip a li. (he Priiu-e.ss (^liarlotto ycs- 

a;l I , ' • I M, .. Ml flMM' \ ,1 II nUVI-r. 

I ■ Xo4KAF«i}Sf .superintendent of 

h hatchery at i 'o\Vichaii .lake, is 

i.-ilni' ill I hi' cit \ . _... 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1 1 04 Government Street 

Ciirticr !''urt Tei.-'44 

B. P. GREENE 

Manager Victoria House 



Mii<s KUa llnlyinson^ 
.Munitidia. where ."he 
iiig a couph "1 11 
iriemts. 



has left Cor 
intends spe iid- 
• tiilib \ Isjting 




Curls, Puffs, Braids and 
Transformations In Rll-f: 
Styles at 



in-. i;aUi'r, ..f y-A'ne.oiver, Wlw»- liaa 
i<eoii spending a short time in the city, 
reHirned to the Terminal. City last 
iiiplit. 

' • • » 

Mrs. F. L.ea. of 1018 Frederjc street, 
"is spendThg-a few days at Sliawnigau 
lake. She will not be *'At Home" 
iintil the third Friday In September. 
, , * • • 
h\r. and 'Mrs. VValte r Mullon, from 
Bellingliam, who have been apendlns 
a few da-ys ia town hav:e le^J for a trip 
to Allaerni and n§ighl»rhood. 

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MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIFI^ 

DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phon»' 1175 Doufflas St.' 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

Da iri I v 1 1 a ml Ivcrchicfs f rom'^.aeir" 
$1.25 to ..-..$30,00 



1214 Broad St.. 



Madame Russell 

SHAIVtPOOI.NG ANIJ 

Manicuring 



Mr. Willie Marton returned -htjme 
yesterda.v, haying resigned his posi- 
tion lij ihe Bank^ of Commerce, ^Van- 
poi»ve"Ci_iJa^ accept one with ^Mitchell 
i4artUi & Co> 

Mrs. Clffforfl Bonham. of Victoria, 
{accompanied the orchestra, which went 
to Vancouver to. accompany Sir Wil- 
frid across the Strait to this city, as 
pianist. 

Mr. and Mrs. .lames Kvians from 

Tarioma,. who have bei> impending the 

jnist few weeks In the neighborhood, of 

Duncans, are no\v in town on a short 

-*isit before returijing home. 

Messrs. Woodward and Callow, local 
nurser.vmen, left la.st nJght per the 
( "liarmer I'or Vancouver, where they 
win attend th^ meeting of the B. ;C, 
Florist arid Nurserymen Association's 
annual meeting to be held at the T,er- 
minal - CUy-thiii njiiiirni ng^ com.mencing 
at 10 a. m. s 



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vluirrli was one entitled to Uu- hit^jbi •'i 
»rehi|ii'c(. The (■'"iitii't- in 'which th. 
Meti.-Klisl cliun h •- ■■ujfiUjed deri\ 
I'd 1 ♦ ifofl "from 1 : :' Il"\^' ' hiii :' 
III t 111' inatter . . i h 
ciuild nut liH 
ino.st !Mp.o.il 
ern titiii'?*. 

Deaconesses' Meetings. 

Aamlier di-pnlutj'" - ■ 
-WiiSi-.tteu.L Of the d 
order repfe.'<e"'''t '■ .a;... .a i.ii .. - 
sin>erintond' the trainitrir-i^ehool 
for doac.'one.s: .;. i oronto. The lad>. 
dt-pssccrtiV'tlie de.icnnnesst^s-gTrrVr ox— : 
plained the workof her tirdf'r was thilT 
of motherlntj-.. the eonBieKationn. The 
oi-der was the- younge.st in the Metho- 
dist church movement . 

In thanking Misy McBUhiRtiey^or 
her worUs . of w.elcome Dr. Carman 
-wwle H strong. -appeal that the dea- 
coness mo4!£meut should be made uni- 
versal. He considered the movement 
one which should conuhend itself to 
all. It epitomised Itself, in acts, not in 
w-6rd«,.- ■—-;-- - ' ■ ■ 

The Re\'. C. J. L. Batea,_ ft M.«lhiJilJ.s!t . 
mlssilonary, -on litn Avay^ to JapaHr-badc 
faiewcll to tlie conference iiiur''Tir' the 
r(uir.se of his remarks appealed for 
mi'ie nTTTiT-money ami sympathy for 
the Oriental mission fields. He spoke 
of the, growth of Japan from a third- | 
class nation to a Orst rate power with- 
in the last decade; In the^ir country 
there wcRT-great need of evangeliKa- 
tion methods.. Today the- Canadian 
Methftdlst mission movement . was in 



Xiilhiirs^ 



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Knitted Jacket. W 
(E$t styles and colors- 



a la 



K'sc fdi'l fVfiiin.Qs tTfan a, nice Golfer or a 
■ these seasonable ^^uods in all the. iiew- 



111 ore appropriate fi»r 

'iiiw iri|4- a large range 
Mattery our cht)ic«;tv<^rly, while the selection is gogd 






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and all kinds of hair 
; order, 

cbuKTENAY ST.. 



715 



work made to 



FHOITE 1838. 



TEMPTING, APPhTtZINii 

TABLE FRUITS 

PEACHES, PEARS, ' PL-OMS,' 
GRAPES, MELONS. BAN-; 
ANAS. ORANGES, LO- 
CAL APPLES,. ETC. 

Pre.servlng Peaches will be at 
their cheapest and best ^ne^ct 
\vee.k„ let us book your order for 
this .popular preserving ■ frui't— -. 
^i-inUt'.- find, price guaranteed. 



A. Pool, Grocery 

623 Yates St. Phone 448 



' 'M.rs. Berkeley Jvas recently hpstesa 
»^t a very enjoymile bridge i^rty at 
her pretty sumnVer camp at Kanajii.i 
5ts were Mrs. King, 
Poo.ley, .Mrs. Hind, 
Tdok. Mrs. IJtl.Hiriuiler, Mrs. Peters. 
trsr — MHtt 'l it'ws, ' iM rb. 



ranch.. Her gue 

Mrs, Pigott, Mrs 
I Mrs 

Mrs. Heylffnd; 

Klackvvood, Mrs./ McBride and Mrs. 
I IlnTTter. Mrs.- C- /Todd,. Mrs. Phipjis and 

Miss riupont. -l/here wer« three prizes, 



the fortunate .A'inners being,; JTirst. 
Mrs. Tuck; 2ri(I. Mrs. Blackwood, and 
3rd, Mrs. Plgojtt 



LADIES' GOLF jACKBiTS.ih white, navy and cardinal, each ... . §3.85 

LADIES' NORFOLK JACKETS, with belt and pockets, colors, nav^ an d c ardinal grcv 
and white . ^-..:,.»v..-. . . ......... ..■.., v- .••• •'• .• • •.^•••••^ •!•••• .^. . • • • Jt>-<-7'> 



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LADIES' KNI'tTED JACKETSrthTee-quartefleng:th,cut away, color white only ^3.o5 

LADIES' KNITTED JACKETS, in white, nav}' and cardinal . .-v. ... . . t . . .$6.50 

LADIES' KNITTED JACKETS, thfee-fnarter 

n^JJ^ ; • • •^ % . . . . . 



cut away, in-green, brown and 
V. . . . * . ........ . ^o.oO 



the third stage as far nn Japan was 
concerned.. Th« natives were bow the 
leaders and the missionaries the help 
.Crs. The outlQok for Christianity in 
Japan was good. Even were all the 
^nissionariesl w.lthdrawu Christianity 
\\;'ould not die. He appetilcd for thp 
fulloHt and most implicit contidence In 
the Japanese, whoui he dutracteriaed 
as fully the etjual iu intellectual ability 
aiid (ievoiit conacreatloh of any other 
body of men. Mofe money, more mls- 
8iDniirl.es and more sympathy were 
heeded in the evangelistrig movement. 
■The attitude of superiority In this • 
country towards the Japanese must 
cease satd tlie sjjeaker. The JapanejMM- 
wert ' a g re at people ' arid amotig -the I 
- uHiot . civi lized codutric* In the. world. ; 
The ideal'of t Canadian Metjiodlsm 
should be t<> make a great people a 
perfect people. Jiipjjn had realized 
much in war. . She had acc ompUshed 
far greater things in peace. The fail- 
ure of Christianity in Japan wari be-4; 
cause natives of that countr.v who 



Dress Goods and DroBs- 
making a specialty. A 
targe and expert staff. 



Thoms-on'« 
ting Co.rsets. 



Glove Fit- 








1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



^Latest XStm* \n High 
class exclusive IVIiilinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 

Morley's Hosiery. 

Dr. Deimel's Linejn Mesh 
Underwear. 



travelled found that In English speak- 
ing codntrie.*i^ Christianity w>is also 
proving a failure, "l^e Methodist con- 
ference should do everything Jn US 

church last evening at-[-ptnver" to give* an object lesson In 

t .» £, t, • _..,...^., fhrlstianity at Jiome 



I At St. Jamei 

j S i>, m. the Re/v! .1. H. S. Sweet sojemn- 

IJsicd the inui^rlage <,lf Miss Millicent 

I CJreasley.. N«wh>-,' only daughter of 

leapt. ,Iohn 'N'ewby, to Mr. Oilbert 

! Goodwlt). Fraser, sixth son. of Mr. A. 

I it. Fr'aser. 'of\ this city. The bride en- 

j tered the church to the strains of the 

I Wedding march, leanjrtg on the arm of 

1 her father, charmipgly gowned jn, soft 

i white ,«ilk over ta/feta tfirhrri^d with 

panels of silk net and lace. The bridal 

veil of Brussels net was arranged ov.er 

a wreath of orsyige blossom, her 

shtSwer bouquet being of white roijes. 

arid sweet peas. Miss Hiscocks, '\Vho 

acted aa bridesmaid, was most beeom- 

ingly gowned in w-hlte figured silk 

trimmed with Brussels lace and oar- 

'•^■. I- h.itii|tiet of iiHle' pink 



PRIVATE MANI CURING 

MDLLE. EDYTHE, late of Xondon, Eng., visits ladies by 
ai)pointmcnr at their hoinc?.\Vrite 1928 Ash^Strcet, or riionc 
I. 112,8 ■' 



Style and Elegance Empliasize 

FIT-REFORM SUITS 

Fi^Hef(>!*rn Sttfts statid otitfrotn the ord- 
inary ta i lore d gar ments, as exdu^ive^ ex- 
^ ; amplfes ofTHFifi^ \ , 



fashions. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

Fit-feeforin Stiik reflS"^^ fea- 

tirrerTrfthe e.cea t io h s br o ugh t oiit by the best 
tailQrs~oI two continents, Lpiidoh ' and New 
' York, with many .indivij^iat designs- that Fit- 
Reform, alone, canshcxwi 

At $25 ir. $35,-^i ye' have -Single • and 
Double I^ rested Suit ^. made of the .finest im- 
|)orted English Worsted X\^ up , custoiii_ 
Jailor ,ca;h duplicate a;t„, toy pHce. 

O'Vcrr'nTt 



V 



It 



$15.00 to $30.00 



ALLEN & CO. 

FIT-REFORM WARDROBE 



Ridding farewell to the departing 
missionary Dr. Carman sent the greet- 
ing of the conference to Its brethren 
in Japan and the entire audience sang 
"God Be Witli. You Till Wfe' Meet 
Again." • 

Presantad Cane. 

\ cane made out «f wood from the 
S.S. Beaver, the first steamship to 
cross the Pacific Oeean, will be pre- 
sented by the conference to King 
George V.( With a patriotic address. 
The cane is made from English oak 
and teak from India. Its presentation 
has a double siguificanee as the S;.S. 
Beaver was .christened by Royalt y in 
1835,^ and"1tTBbre the"Tfrtt"WietlifSt!TSt 
missionarleo'ta the Facitii; C^oaat 
Canada. ' ,,, 

A 1^-tt e f -wa s read' from the Risht 
Rev. Blsh»>p Edward Cridge of the 
Refortned EV>l8ebi»al church welcom- 
ing the delegates. , I 

A memorial was introdu<ed by Prof. ! 
Allen of Winnipeg, to prevent plump- j 
ing of ballots .at conferences wlierc.! 
more th^n one person wa« to be ^lect- 1 
ed.- He stated that this evil i»revallrtl 
especially ^mnng the layme?r when ' 
balloting for general. conference mem- 
bers, . ■ 

One of the clerical brothers present 
thought llia^L Vbls was- an Inriputatldn 1 
oil the members" of tlie corifcrericc and ' 
moved that the memorial be laid on th*-* 
table. The' motion passed. This .is 
the \\\viiX memorial /handed In whfcHi 
I ms not been submitted to one. or other 
""of the committees. - 1 

■ The fo'llotvlng committe fpPth«' in- 
troduction of fraternal de-legate^ was 
appointed: Dr. Burns, R.N., of To- 
ronto; Dr. J. Cooper AntcUflV M. A., ai 
' A'ston, . tint; The. Rev. T- B. Holling. 
B.A., of Victoria; Mr. N. W,. Kowell. 
K..C..~of. Tormito; Ik, W; R J^oung.of 
Montreal.. < ' ' 

In the Jciefftri^'lTnr*rtPgwtra- 
■ ed the jiroVtm kil government reception 
to .Sir Wilfrid I..aurler, ft number of 
tiiem^- 'behtjf^totrodueed- -t0- tiia__ dlii^^ 
tiugulshcd visitor, 

CHICAGO'S 'population 




557 JOHNSON STREET, VICTORIA, B.C. 



;#<>CCC?C>COCOOOCCC;C»OC«C<XC^ 



Scmi-Annua 



earane 



COMMENCES THURSDAY, AUG. 18TH, AT 8 A.M. 

/rMen's.'Youths,' Boys' and Children's "• 






CHICAOd, Aug./ il— With -B new di 
rectory giving the names of i<03Jf"N 
ChieaKoans. accounting' for a total of 
'J.V.T!t,|ii:!',liv the usual method? of. corii- 
putluK the population of pitlijs, th- 
! publisiherH of what is said to tap the 
biggest ilii-ectofy in the WofW. an- 
-luuUK-ed ye.'j'tcrday . their lielief •(li:iti 
tliiicago had 3;5OO,(i0O imople. claiming j 
it as their homev . : .> .,' i 

1 'rhe direetot;y publlBherii cdinpnre<l 
I tlie 8<f;i.li»S nanieH fo'iinrl ill Chicago in 
ipio with the, total number .Of naine..^ 
found in the cil.v- in 1000, a,)id,-ctjniii > ' 
Ing the lalter wiYh the censii.s.l-»+iti 
i finding of that -yerir.-, reai-hed :n« a 
1 fiK.e. I'roin thi.M thcN" reached a ■ 
i ehi.ston '.that CliiciJK>i'K popuUitloii : 



iBiricTMP«www.^.v 




. .^ Genei^ljClefe High Grade Goods Made by^be 

fac iMrers in Ca,n ada> x All '^ •■ - 



I i:.;i'Jit,oi3. 

i liiiiind to 
pl'-lia icil 

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V I, Inn, I, \SA 



md , (UlowiriK fin 

r. 1.1. iiih> the tliosi ivn-.-rnl 

i;. Dill. ,01. ' f 

t.l' :. ..f I'll'-, .' 

^.«iii ,iugh,t,o,i 

III t to(,> lari 

liie rtiniili's no longi ' 

1 .ijctlol) of lii'InfT the I, .1 i,;iii" , ■' , 

, 1 : , ,1 !■ .lolilLSoliH hav <■ 

j.iii :,!i -.i ■ ■' "iiind them, a.nd 

th«¥ iw'x slwwa ther« are 8,'.:iir, of 

them ii. o, to hov notlijiip of rilSl. 

.1. ill ir-i .ins. 'Ariicii niipi ' ■ i, i ultM). 

Tlw, Sniit.hs- all' e.-islh '. iriK 



Will Be Sold ^t Gost Pjice for the/Next Ten Days^ 

™TenDc 



Ten Days Only! 



Best Gloth ing Mana- 




McCANDLESS BROS?^ 

557 Johnson Street - - - - - Victoria, B. C. 




ADVERT IS It IN 



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LOGGERS' SUPPLIES 



We carry a very complete slock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks, Chokers, Gr^bs, Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

WE INVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The yShiDchandleis / - I20o Wharf Street 



JEWS OF THE CITY 

i Driv«r« and T««m»t«r» 

I Tlicrt! wJll be a meoWng of llio liriv- 
I ors and teanuHtora unj<)n in the Labor 
I ball on KrUla.N- nlghl. at S.SO. All driv- 
i rs and tcuiiist'TH iiro liiAlted.' 



i Take Out Permits 

'' HiiildmK i";'iiill» wvir- Issued yes- 

• t. I'.lay l>y tlio biiildiiix hiHpoi-lor to A.; 
, nodK-er.s for a dwtllinff to be t-rected | 
; ..1,1 Oxford strctt to fost $l,0,iU), and to ^ 
, 'I'ivoinas N'ii'bolson for . altera liuuB to j 
I his dsvellinji: I'll Jobnsoii tjlrecl tri cost J 
i JiitT,"). , I 

Official Notice of Polling Dates ' 

! (.iffielal notice of tlif liyo-eloeUon in 
j Ward 'l"\vo necessitated by the rPHig- 
! nation oT'^'Ald, Rush llunibci- lias beenj 
i posted ,li>' tlje relurniliK offiei'r, \V. W.i 
I Nortbcotl aettinR the dair I'T noniin- , 
I ations 0>r the --1th inst., and election i 
'day for !!• : . i h, ,\otiee of the date 

* lor votin.u "H Mif seven t)\iaws. whieb ' 



THE WEATHER 

MelroioloKleal of'flec, V'lelorta, ll/, C 
at S p. 111., Augusi; 17, 1!H(): , 

■ SYNOTSIH. / 

The liarniiii't lie prcsHure Is tilj;h over 
ItrltlKh ('olumhhr"irMiJ"lhe i'rah-le prov- 
iiiees-Hiid low tlinaiBhi'iil the Xorlti Pa- 
clfle stales. I'"hif suiiuner wt'ath'er bus 
liren'Keneial fii nearly nU districts' from 
I he I'aeU'le In | li«-^t5-KC».t. .J.-aUes. ^^ 

TIO.MPKl-JATUllE. ' 

Mm 
Victoria ......... 

VaiuuJUV.m- „ 

New WeMlniiiislci 

Kmnloops 

Hni-kervnie .:.;.. 
„i»riiic' K':'.. n . . 

'aIHii ., 

1 >awMtiii, V, 'V. . . 
t 'alijiir.v ■ 
W'innlpr: 
IVnilan.l 



48 



1^ 



77 



All. 



Will be s\il>,iii!'.l'il 
the "Otll insl.. ha.- 



lu I he ratepayers 
,(l-,<.. lieen. kiven. 



SUiVIiMl^R DRINKS OF 
SSflKlNDS 



Fire Fightoi-s Enter-'»iin Friends 

W'Tr ,11 ;_■:.,,,■ '.! -i •■.Mil: '_ ,1 i I !' 

headqiiHrters station to ibeir nianj 
friends. DancbiK was 'Indnlijed in un- 
til midnight. About 1011 \veiyTin al- 
tentlanee and a thorousjhTy rnJo\alile 
lime vwi.-^ had. .Mum i .■n,dered by 

:\lis,-i 'rh.-iiir:, on-hisi; l;. iresbnientd 

■ 1 wore serv'-d (hiring llir evening. LaBt 
Lnlgiit'fl was coil' 111' a nniuber of sim- 
ilar, events: given t>y ' the HiPinbei-s of 
the brigade w\v> iiIway»/i}ro\ e thein- 
^»elve8 Ideal bbst»r y^' 



' ' 'UlA'A.S'i'S 

from C : 

r mil ,-..l;i;. 
I ia mid \ •'■<! 
'uds. fair -ami V> 
I Mainland: IJpi 



I 1- 



PERSIAN SHERBET— per tin ..... ........ .25<^ 

RASPBERRY VINEGARTr-pcr-bwtik: ' .35c' 

FRUIT SYRUPS- -<|iiari Itottje ' . . . ..^- '"^O*^ 

STOWER'S LIME JUIGE— per bottle 35c 

MONSERRAT LIME JUICE— 35c~aud ^ «•'><■' 

PURE JAMAICA LIME JUICE--qwart • • • 20o 

PURE GRAPE JUICE— per bottle . . .-...." 30r 

ROOT"BEER- per hntllc. toe aiul 2oC 

ASSORTED SOFT DRINKS— per doven . . GOtf' 

NABOD LEMONADE POWDER— per tin 25<' 

GREENWICH LEMONADE POWDER— per packet lOo 
WATER MELONS— cacli, indii : .35<? 



li. 0. KiRKHAM, GROCER 



Corner IP'ort arid Dniiclas Streets. 



Phone 178 



\i ll.'i' l:lll- 

lliKlie.st 
I.DWesf . . , 
Mean . . . . 
Sunshine. 

\\ I :: :i. i , 



and warm. 
AVKU.Vi:.- I 



Great Reductions 

in Ladies' White 

Waists 



^ To nia Kc i i.'im , f^r oilr l'"all 
KoikI,';^ f*ow on -the ■VV''5'> ^^''-' '^''''' 
offering all ,oi|r large .stoek' of 
Uadle.^' White Waists a( Rieatiy 
rediKied prices. We niusjt , i,h'a r 
ihftii out and, hav6 slasbed the 

I 1 1 I . I ■ - : 1 > . ■ . ' 1 d i 11 l; I ' 

I '.ill , '1 i ■ . .• ! ■ .< ■ t ■ ■■• I ■■; 
\.'lll i : 

\ 111 M ,t; I I !■ 'I. . I .■ I I; I, :il I ',■■1' lif 

Taihu'ed el'fei't.M.. d.iih^y .XjIIWII ' 
IMouige.t? and fine SiUi. Waist!). 



G. A. Richardson & Co. 



Victoria Hou«e 



636 Yates St. 



WEDDING GIFTS 
^-X)F SILVER 

[•'.ii'^li-h I l,ill-niarkc(l Salt. Pepper and Mustard Set of 7- 

.........^5.00 



jueeo. 11 a in I Si line < legion, at . 

.,[ \ er\- Mandoline Sail i.'ellar-. willi Spriniis, at .....?20.OO 
I ,^ I'lece Salt and I'eiiper Set. ;tl ...... .,^,!.. .■ .5^20.00 

The ijiialily 111' l''nf;lis!i Mall marked -c^'oods neeUb no cx- 
iilanal n mi. 



Red fern & Sons 



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;'. II ni I n 'I I ' 



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Empress A'thietic Club 
i lS:\general ineeiing of. the Mmijr*'sa 
j Athletie inul> wili take l^lace ooJMr; 
day evening, ttu- litth In.st., to arrange 
l.usine.S8 lor the ooming jfout'ljall sea-; 
I .son, and also to come to some dcfinUe 
' arrangements convcrning • the future 
i welfare of the «'lut>r A hearty w<>l- 
i come is extended to all mirmbers tind 
! those intending to l>oeome members 
to aite«d;tbej;iePting at 9 i». m.. sharp 
i>ri the above date. All members ivfc 
ie<ine»ted to bring thtlr membership 
cards \vith thenj. ■ * 



Incinerator Repaired > 

i Th«^, incinerator at the city wharf, 
which ha.s been out of commbsslun for 
rfome time, has been repaired, and 
hereafter the garbage,' whS'ch iiaa been 
1 destroyed elsewhere -}>eiidin g repa tra 
! will be consumed at the whari. ^fhe 
new^ extennlou to the whart Ih alao I 
under >vay, and when completed the 1 
Ktaliles to house the horpew to be used ^ 
In the new. st;heme of garbage eollee-' 
lion under city aiistdces will be erects 

ed. Tenders for garbage cans — ^vlU 

shortly be called for, and it is expect- 
ed that before the f-nd of the year the 
new ay.stebi of mvnlolpal collection of 
garbage, will be InauSrnratcd. 



" VietoriM— rlJriK'hl' snri-'' ' ' 

-'I intnntTH; IiIkIxhi i>niP' ■ 'i^"" ■< "'• 

f^tli: lowest 47 on tStli; rftln .18 ineb. 

__y-i^^ '■' ?•■■■'■• ■mshjuo .>S hours; 

TTT^i , ..ir 12tli; iowe.tt 

■4J!i — t^ti t *n 1 1 . 1 .1 1 II t .1 meh. 
. New Weaimliisier— -Highest lcmiM;ra- 
ture 74 on lOtli, 16th; lowest Irt <-m 
Ti>lb:" l-»i4ii .-JO Ineh 

Kamloops— Briglu sutvshtno .■(* Innur. 
liiRhctit temperatui-e H6 on lOtb, lltti, 
IJth; lowest 3ii on lutl>; ralii .lid Inch. 

BarltervilloT— JtlglicRt femificratvire tit 
on lOth. 11th. iJili," J ath; lowest HZ on 
16th: rain l.::o ineheg. , .-." ■■ "■ ' ■ '•' '" 

Prince Riipcr* -Highest temperature 
66 on 12th; lowest 14 on 10th, Utb. 
13th; rain .60 bicli. 

Atlln — Uigliesi — nmrtreriitur* TO oa 
15th; lowest:3i on lOtb; rain .!« Ifloh. 

Dawson — I-llghest temperature 74 Oh 
13th; lowest 32 on Uth; rain .04 Inch. 



100 Sheets 



of 



Carbon Paper 



f.ji- 



$L25 



at> 

BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

721, Yates Si. Phone 730 



English BicycUs 



$35.00 



Cotnplct g witli D unlop Tires, .(Jclly 'i'ot)! iJag, 'Fump, Wrench 
andTOirCah— ready to riclc ", 



W^HiLE THEY iAST, ;- ,V . $35.00 






^^HOS PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. opposite spenceri Victoria, B. C. 



™^ MIKADO '^'"'11^!''"'^ 

BAZAAR 



Special sale iw liumboo Blind, 
8x8, J1.25. and 6x7 75c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



The WoHfi's Standard 

Since 1547, the world'i stand-} 
ard ol fine silverplafe has 

been se! by p',cc<:s n^srkcd 



Vh.s Plifcst • , Always Clean 
*^'lie._Saicst No Dusty Cans 



l84JR06ERSBR0s:| BOTTLED MILK 



With this name in mind ycu 
will be sure of gating th? 
heaviest grade o^ stiver plate. 

Bcs) tea sets, diihti. willirs, 

eU. , are stamped 
MERIDEN BRITJrCO. 

■OJ.Ii HV I.F.M'JNt) ItPAl.kKJj 

"Sih'fr Flate that Wears' 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 



Lumbsr 
Mills ' 
Foot of 
Turner Street 
Victoria, B.C. 



Wholesale ani) 
Retail, 

Lumber 
Lath 

Shin<Jles ' 
Bill Stuff 



From the 

< 

Victoria Creamery & 
Milii Supply Ca 

Dealers in" 

I'inest Ice - Cream, Cream, 
Millv, Buttermilk and Butter 

Phone 1344 



StaHt Work on Yntea Street 

initial work on the'loeal Imvrove- 
nient .scheme oh "Vatesj street, between 
Doughis and Blahehard streets, com- 
neiii^ed ye.sterday, when the excava- 
tion for tttee underground conduits for 
I lie new lighting system was start'ed, 
The contract has been let for this 
work, but the city solicitor has called 
attention to the fact that if the city 
oiH-ides all tht> overhea<l wires* to be 
laid underground proViaion for moi^ 
t< ntfntt»^o cjirry the ptdlue and fire 
aUtrm wires aliould be made. J'hlsi 
will necessitate the laying or two ad- 
ditlonar conduits:' As the extra cost 
will hot b.e large thcvvork "tv'lll prob- 
ahly be undertaken. 

WILL £ XCHAI\raf=fpEAS 

New Method bv Which It is Hoped 

Hitches in Civic Work May 

Be Oviated 



Hid manufaciurers of all klr.ds of. 
Sash. Factory and Flanliig Mill 

Goods: ' """ 

Latest Importations FtoiTi, China 

L.adles' anU Gentn' silK underwear, 
soft. warm, neat and light; t'enW oy- 
jamas In beau'.lful stripped sUk. ' Th* 
newest. Vty lea of beautiful embroidered 
^lIk klmonas. NotiiinK more beautiful.' 
The loveUeuc allk e,a>tj'roidereO Uoylim 
tver shown. 

qtroNo aiAs tx3vo u co. 

p. O. Bvx 9«. ' 1716 Government .St.- 






VISITORS AND THEIR 
FRIENDS .MAKE YOUR 


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Gla>'s 






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All apprt'ciale a guud cup oi 
tea, pure- ice crearrf and ap- 
potizinji- iunclieons. 

CLAY'S 

619 Fort Street. 




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With a view to a better under.stund- 
inp betxCeen the heads of the A-arloua 
civic ,. departments. Mayor Morley, at 
the su'ffgeslloTi"&T the city solicitor, has 
notified tlio departmental heads that 
liereaffpr the meeting of aUch heads* of 
de(jartment« will be held each Friday 
itiornlng at IJ o'clock, when Ideas will 
be exchanged and each, head will ktnnv 
what other departmenta aro doing. 

It la felt that by thi.s meaiip fu>mr of 
th«< troll ble.i whch have arisen* in the, 
past ihrobgh one dcpartmerit planning 
work in which another department \k--, 
interested, but of which it knew 
nothing, wHl be rilivlatcd, ^ 1 



MH'A. B. Atwater, a.9»l!itaT)t lo the' 
r) resident of.thc Grand Trunk RajUvay 1 
f<.s-.s(eni lines running we,<»t. ia virtltJng ! 
the city. Mr. AtWater inilkea his head- I 
'Planters at Detroit. .VllchtgHn. ■ ; 



THE GIFT SHOP 




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DON'T FORGET 
^m BRIDE 

iiut don't rack your briilns a« to 

what to give. Thonaands of 

■ sidep.did xyed^ing pre-st^nt ungT 

gesitiotifl hcr<>. ranging frmn 

$1 to .. -.. ..;. . .. ..$1,000 

Cabinets Of Articles of 
Solid Silver. English Shef- 
field Plate, Cut Glass, Eng- 
lish Oak' Goods, Pickard's 
. Hand-Painted China, Kar- 
nak Bra8SL_ Silver PhoJ;o 
Frarfies, etc., etc. 



W. n. Wllkei^sDii 



FOR 

O J\ L^ Hi 

<s>- 

SOME GOOU. TRACTS 

OF CROWN GR.AXT 

.\.\D LICENSE 

TIMBF.R 



h WKrrr SITUATED 



: Fort George : 

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'! f xan offer sornr . pond'ij 
',[ acreage, alwiit 3,'/^ inilcS, ^ 
','> south-west 4.)f tlTeTTTvfFfwic. 
<>■ Fiehl ntKes nKiy be seen 
-■ on applic-.'iilion. 

;; Price $8 per acre ' | 

;; Subject In |ii im s;ile 'J 

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Y. M. C. A. 

T emporary Quarte rs, 1209 Blanqliard St 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION^ 

Reading and Game Rooms — Hot and' Cold Shower Balhs.^- 
Men'.s and Boy's Summer Cainps'-^Summer Membership 

5Gc per inonth 



— Only $10,000=— 

view Street propen ili.ei'iew v .M. C. A. butldlngj OixlJ'^^wllh new 

tbree-fdory lion Wiiri leiw.s'.'. , 

MOORF «^ WHTTTINGTOM. 865 Yates St. 



«4Mr X.axat)er.' Sasli, Doors, and. aU Mla rts aX Mnnaiug Mat«rlal, gQ m 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



XOuiUd Z.lakm«jr. 
Mm, Office and Tar««: >11« Oovernraent St., P.O. Box 9i%. Telephone 5«* 



fmmmwmmmmmm 



Don't Throw 

Away Your 

Money 

BY BUYING TOO CHEAP AN 
ARTICLE. 



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The Jeweler 
gts GOVERNMENT 



ST. 



I Ernest Brammer t 

/ . Tel. 2095 J 

Office 644 Fort Street I 

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Brass Goods 



Lukenheimer Valves,, all 
. sizes ih stock 



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AMUSEMENTS 



Pantages Theatre 
.The big U).c«tit..»how running over 
.-.n hour, and corrrrjrla.ed of vaudeville, 
motion plcturea and cash prize ania^ 
itur viaudevUle contests by local tal- 
ent, cohtintjes to attra ct large andl- 
enceasr^ttt! amateura are uruvlng an 
cspeicially interesting . aa vvell na 
aniiiaing piyrt of the prograhime. and 
many of ttiese beglnneri* display «ur- 
j>rl.slng ability, while of cours^e there 
aro others who lack the higher nuall- 
tic!, but tfre-\ery entertalnlfig ju.stthe- 
same. Each night brlngs'out iiew re- 
I riill.s to the rank.s of Uical vaiidevil- 
liiin.'^ uKiKlng a oomlJination of atnu«e- 
in.nt teatujsos Worthy .ot..jO»fi4jatron - 
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If Your Shoes Couid Choose 

'.ri?)''d quickly sriec; 

PACKARD'S 

S!:oo^ Dressings 

'I'.K.: . r'. "'lors— for all leathers. 
The n.onic "Packar.d" is ai positive 
guarantee of a dre.r,slnK that i.". made 
right-— from A 1 material.".— a dresriing 
that yilUK.ir,./ r-..- o,- ^«.,-t tlv;u;s-ln a 
shi'f!*.. 1 ■ .:•.■■' 



■r Your Shcps' Sah\ Ihc 
ACKARD'S.Dy- 



Al 'ill Itcil'T':' 
I., n. PAtKAl'.:; V * r. |,-.,|irrt. MONTBf:*!.. 



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fiiitinen' 

' ; W 1 n & M e t. ' 1 a r I y ,_-.'■ IS "iia.s,l. liiii.s ,-* t r e»- 1 
out, Vancouver, for inf'>rtii.'in"n r«- 
ardltup the operatlcii vmal- 

,„,iniatcd Ti'"''-!""n!'"!' 

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Your Eyes 

Are 
Precious 



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J. H. LePAGE 

r.YKSI«HT SPECIALIST 

P. 0. Box 22S 
(iovcrnment Si. Victoria 



OBITUARY NOTICED 

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Soj;nettihig new and ifini 
a good recipe— in fact a 
guarant«ed recipe. Our , 

Dry Hopper Food 

Ask yottr lifeighbor al|Oul 
it. He hSs-lieard -"f ii ii 
you have trot. ; 



Got Cores? 



...M'lvi .| \'\<- '>\\'M ■nil' I'l' tii'irc* 

.in'fl don't till- . hurl ' l';asil\ \\<\ 
• f I hough n it.li 

HALUS CORN 
CURE 

|..ittii'. iinl\ ,il (his stuTi'. 

l',-e tliTnTTH i-cnir'l. 1"! ^1 le'w 

iluy.s- find, till- ■■Til '.vill I'l ,1 
Ihtng of the |.,i,':i. 



Bannerman& llornej IIAiL'S DRUG STORE 



Tftft funera l of the late George. c: 

.\ nderson, wlio tied on Monday night 
at H'le' Royal Juhlle,L» ho«t>|tiil aft er n 
iluKthy.lHuiaBS. will take place this 
.ii'trmotin at 1.45 o'clock fr<nn the 
I'lndertakinfc i-i**""" of W.. J. Jlanna. 
Vjilc.H .«<treet,^_a<si'.. Mr. HolMng offi- 
ciating. Deceaaod leaves to mourn hia 
loss a widow and- three children, -a 
ij-other, tyi-a BfajtjW^ «ad on» Iffi'othftr. 

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-iS, H, iTotjunls is. wlthdrown > frOm 
Serttilr route^uhtU further notice. . * 



rt.j^'. crrf Hm " hai ti the ttntaf»4^l«*«i4" 
.Vov^ 1 <» cent,'! foi* large /tin, aT your 



1 le (•anridlHn Who's Wno. published 
iiy the -liiondoh 'rivrit^s.oni- sale at Vic=,. 
lOrki. Book & Slatliiiii-rv Co.. Llinltc"cr~* 



in'til 
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iiiip.i II.'. .\ n III, '\v 
:>! 1 I l.iHli.iiKS Sti 



•\''lop- 



Broad and' Johnson 

f'hotrc^S; , - 



_"C'.an be d«p«M^i)l) tii>"ii' '•'< an ex- 
u'reaelon we all llfto to b<;n. an<l wheii 
it is used )n connection «itli ilimnber- 
lajrite Colic. Cholera mid Diarrhoea 
Rem6d>' it means tha t it ivever faljs to 
cure dlat'rhoea, , dyBent"r> or IjOWI 
(•omplalnts. It la pleasuni to take and 
oquftlly VHluuMe for ebUdrrn :ind .id- 
ultB. Bold b.^• iill -druggist .-. 



. Telephone' 201. 

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Gazzclie Bicycle 

.M,,,|. \,\ 111.' . ''I' i'lJl' i| Kaleigll 

I ■.. , ;, I ■ ■■ ith ;: :-;•■ I'l- steering 

,1 , !, ■ M 1' :inte<^il 

,r ■ . . J?5!r» 

I :;iii ■A\\i\ \u-|M . 1 iiifni. . The' 

squill- u hi'>i u nil ■ 1 1 ' '■ \v hv»el mid 

-■|.r;.k.s 111 S IO .'!■•' -iiiiriiiiteiHl.. 

\\ ill III ri'i.i-'-li't lil'il.' .1'- ih'Kll'eil. 



Harris & Smith 

I -','11, lir" 1.1 SI i..')'i' ' ''il""i I 



Brass Tubing and Bar 
Brass Packing 

A \d\^ assortment of ail lead- 
■ , ing brand.s in stock 



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ficioriaiaciiineiyOepotj 



Tb* ifiert vfho lilfke nii>nc,t' a,re the 
mWni ^ho (Vevelop. ttiff nf vv .districts. 
The AtiialgtimHlpd ^evelopinetiT" ^m- 
pan.v Ifi i.lolng this with oi.ie of Alaaka's 
chief resoiirees nM. 'Ittrvr -rnrr loxikPd 
into thl.«^ eonu.ahy.'H ,prmiHi«ct iV'-I-t-^wlll 
pay youvi's -i buslnoss ni i i 'n.to" 'tlu b p . j^ 

Excul II. ng the ■ tltilf isian^ja 

- Wedneail.iy;; ulnl Sattird'ayiii: . Nruv Is! 
the time to see these 'benutlfill l.slandfi. ' 
Til' '' this trip ciinnot be ex- 



The\iriident . niari wb(» bclk.'Ves -lii 
plaitng X'l?' iMvestmeiits in those dis,- 
trlctw' wlWe tin; ICiKlIng 'flnnni-Tei-» ot 
the .world \re tiirning their yttcntion.) 
will draw hlsynvn eoiieh i.MliuiH fr«ni the 
fact that riVlaska. where the oil boMings 
of the .VmaliHiinated l)eveli.|nineiit 
eompaiiy are ,>Hiruiiti-<l, liiis diiTllig the. 
pttst lew vveeis's betNtt \ lalted |)crKO|iiilly 
tiy' MUrlV. leHiler!< of 'X'he nvoii,-.\; ■ iilarljet 
h8 .I.ieoli iSihirr, the \i'll-knovvn New 
York Ijank'T: ;i ropref^ntntlvp' of ihe 

trtigKeHhcimj<. and ."i^H l"'"minent 

capH'iM»t». These men Ju■e\^^ot travel- 
.iriK ■ ' iiHHement': oiilv , '■» -» 





OUR PLUMBING WORK REST§ ,- 

'|■»..^u■.i.)l■.■roll^jf |.ii.i\vleilp' i<(' I biP. work 
and upon i.u^.,nil'- ii> ili» our be a t with 
every orde.r. ^c liPilcrtake. •'::•■ 

WHEN WE ESTIMATE 

on tbe<(■o^i ntfing your old ba^i- 

room inivi imne. niinitar.v on' 

j'oiiMl be j*ui i«rif-i il to find that— :<Hil' 
flgnrek .\' 
(hougb ' 
hBTTp-ei"!'"" 



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•\-«"fred tho.se of ' an.v'. 
I'linlttodiy 



Hosiery.. Bargains — Lfiiile^: aj.MIh; 
T)Iu\'k cashmere, ei>tton ('T^il.''le .\ose, 
alao .('"loreil laci:. enitun \.ni^i\ ' luV- 



! New Biijiply of funorni niimbpr« of 
the S|)liere, JIliiHtrated lyonrlori News 
' mill OrHTihle, Just re.ceiveil by the Vic- 
, torla Uook iiiid Stationery Co. Ltd. 
j These uri; all o'li of |iri:i! in ICMi^laml 
I now • 



V,'. .v :-i ir;ii 

steamer at Sidney. l-or 

InrtTKltliin teleDliDii,. 511 



'' this trip ciinnot be ex-i 

i'lri'ol" the worldr Take! 

n connecting: with tliel 



iJlar price,- 3Bc. per palr j .aycclal price, 
i;ric. ii pair. Rob.lTi5on*rt""CaBrr a lore, 
ti4;i Yaica street. > 



further In- 



TitUe ii trip around iho .'-■..uimI 

Mfe«mer« of P. C, 8. S I'll, i;\: 



*the oil properties of the Amalgamat-" 

ed Development company a re wlt i tt atgd 

MM I bb-wttt^Rr-ht'hre, there will be ni? 

II the prollt.'H while a.rallroad l« 

Milt to faUe mittlie pradAicJa. * 

I • . ii iM th^ hAtural flavor." 

lor iat«e.'Un« ftt ,v,bt>r 



The GolbertPlunibmrj & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 



effect 

M ?it M 1\ i d R o o fi i\ 6 

.Sulphur fiime* around smelting 
.|ti>ritgji_ eat up. a metal root ^n_ 



8hoi:t order,, and very few other 

mtlteriais can withstand the «t« 

tact. . Malthpid Roofing docs 

the buijness. . Engineer.'? ana 

owoera of property in districts 

"^""afTccted by these fumes will .silvc 

'niericy by lookiirg carefully into. 

5 ' the nient*-©f Ma'lhoidi^ Writis 

•'or'tr-- '' ■ '''■•', . ' . "■""' 

. "r. ANGUS 

Aaent"" . Wharf jSt., Victoria 

ttmtimmt mmKmmm^ 

Ivory ware and 
Canton Chinaware 




rTO»-«rt)inrhton street 




I. i^lcClaiVa famous !f7teel Jlangea .ni.l 
Heatl^hg Stoves at 'bui. a .it Pearson.a 
Ijti Wharf 8tr<: . ir Johnson 

^itrwt* vii't""' .■ * 

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The' Kiniiire Tvpewrlter la th. 
ch^npept find he<<l nimlilnn of 'the fl<i\ 



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We; «re''^h««4i4 

,'iif , t Vnyy wa f 'e. -*- • r m i > i n n t i y i 
bo'x-'.-s, ' .llitlrpln , ho.siC8*, I'icture' « 

friime.S, (MC. Alwd i'miiI..h t.nn.f 

■. lilted.: China iVi ^; 






Lee Dye & Co. 




le Hail 

! 7(17 I-'. .11 St 



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Thursday, Augutt 18, 1»10 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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ALE IS GOOD FOR 
ALL AILMEPS * 




When vou order Ale from your-d^EateTTycirwaTit 
and purest. You don't" wanTTo'^^^ the 

morning-." You'll agree to that, we're sure. ' 

When you order Ales or Beers here y ou skip the im puri- 
ties ; you get pure hop an d malt drinks , with^sparkling life in 
them, too. Ales and Beers thztt y o u like to have in your home 
for yourself, your family and guests. ^^ 

Only the host and most reliable brands nf .\les, Pollers. 
Wines, Liquors, Liqueurs and Mineral Waters are to be found 
at this store. These are sold at popular prices. 

TEST OR PROMPT DELIVERY SYSTEM 
TRY OUR FINE OLD PORT AND SHERRY 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 

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Cor. Johnson. 



IS AOCLAIMED 

BY THOUSANDS 



(Con-tlnucd Prom Pape Two.) 



Mr. McOUl, Mr. and Mrs. Breed, MIhs 
lWaR'D'0ftaT(rr"5Tr8a IjawHuii. Rov. and 
Mrsi. Tliompson, Dr. Young, Mr. Feo- 
land. Mrs. Mat'Donuld, Mra. Sutton, 
Mrs, illolme.s, .Mrs. Perry, Mr., Mrs. 
and Mla.s Riiyniur, Mr. Raymur, MIhs 
! Riihln.Hdii, :Vlr. and .Miss .Sulnion, 
JNli.ss Mcc:jindliah, Mr. and Mrs. Oond- 
eyo, Mr.s. Murley, Mr. tJruy, Mr. AlRor- 
nun Dohson, Mr. l.,angollon, MIsa 
Murloy, Rev. Dr. and M rw, Caniiil"-'ll, 
Miss jVahciowrxe-Grcenu. Mr. and Mra. 
I'^itcher, .Mr. Tullv', MIhs TuHy,, IVVr. 
I'all, Mr. liuwlian. Mr. Parry, Mr. 
Munri, Mr. Allan, Mr. Andrews, Mr. 



Jonea. MIbb Smith, Mp. Alger. Mr. and 
Mrs. Langton, Mr. and Mrg. Majur, 
Miss Hook, MiB. Norrle, Mr. baker, 
Mr. and MIbs Pooley, Mr. and Mlsa 
Purley, Rev. Mr. WUaon, Prof. Alice. 
Mr. Shaw, Mr. Fisher, Rev. Mr. Wood, 
Mr. Palmer, Mrp. AIe.Kandor,-Mr. Fall, 
Mr. AVlInuplt, Mr. RU'O, Mr. ai(d MrH. 
Durl, Mr. Wallace, Mr. and Up. l''iil- 
ton, Mra. l''ulford, Mr. ilanford, Mr. 
llutL'hlnson, Mr. .SarK'oant, Mrs. Sar- 
gfant, Mr. Sinlthaon, Mr. Marvin, Mr. 
and Mra. Taylor, Mr. Mal■Kc•nzl(^ Mi', 
and Mrs. O'Moura, Mr. Wallace, Mr. 
I,flg:hton, Miss Gilbert, Cuulain ClarU, 
■V>+T. 'I'aylor, Dean (jC ('oiunibia and 
Mr.s. Di.ull, Mr. Todd, Mr.s. Todd. .M,r. 
and Mrs. Outchart, rMr. Buti'hart. .Mr, 
Dausliton, Mr. and Mrs. Alu.xiuuler, 
Mr. .Mat'Cri'K'or, Mi*. Roljinson, Rev. 
Mr. ("iirtlH, Mr. .Ja.'lv.sori, Miss Black, 



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Silk Handkerchiefs 



Ladies' and Gent. 's Silk Handkerchiefs 

in wliite, hem-stitched, plain or 

fancy designs 



Up From 10 Gents 




510 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. & N. Depot 




The Prime Minisicr'i \ isit — Sir WiliiiJ l<L:^c'i\'es the Civic 
^ Weicome. 

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Red Jacket 




"So Easy to Fix" 

Force ^"^ Lift 
Pumps 

The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



James Bell, Mr. 'Denny, Mr. and Mrs. 
Frank Hlgglns, Mr.' and Mrs. Daw- 
son, Mrs. Base, Mr. O't^arrell, Mr. 
Crease, Mrs. Willy, Mrs. Dickinson, 
-Mr. Dickinson, Mr. Hargey, 'Mr. Ker- 
\ey, Mr. Hall. 'Mr. Blyth, Mr.. Watson, 
Mr. Lawrence. Mr. Hood, Mr. Gill. Mr. 
Hardy, ilr. Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Ful- 
ton7 Mr. and Mrs. McCurdy. Mr. Som- 
rners, Mr. JDajv^Ir. and Mrs. (^lUcsplP, 
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Shakespeare, Mr. 
and Mrs. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Kl- 
worthy. Miss Evans, Miss Turner, Mr. 
Nelson. Mr. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. W. 



Miss Rcllly, Mr. Grahairie, Mr. Car- 
low, .Mr. M. Carlin, iMr. and Mra^_BjiJb- 
erts, Mr. Wood.sUie, Rev. 'Mr.' Rosera, 
Mr. and Mrn. RoljlnHO.n, Mr. McLedd, 
Dr. H. H. CooI.•^ Mi.^ Hurst, Mr. 
Carson, Mr. NC' lieeseinan, 

Mr. and Mrs. >• ..ir. Wooton, 

Mr. WlUott,' Dr. - . Ernest Hall. 

Mrs. Greenwood, ,.i.. i tescptt, Mr. arid 
Mrs: Deeming, Mr. Mooney. Mr. Har- 
ris, Mr. Lambeth, Mr. Humble, Mr. 
^Jlcholson, Mr. Smith, Mr. Klmberley, 
Miss Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Mr. 
and Mrs. Wilsbn, Mr. Finch, Mr. and 



Virlorla, B. f 



AS':r.t.i 



SYLVESTER'S PASTRY FLOUR 

Is tire pastry flour If you want srqod cakes. Try, a sack and keep your 
husband in good humor, lPi!r aack ...... $1.65 

SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Y«.e. s..,Tei. 4i3 



THE C AN/iDIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 



HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO 



ESTABLISUED 1867 



». E. WAI.KER, President I Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 

ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Mana-er I Reserve Fund, - 6,000,000 



Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England , 

SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 

D«posits of $1 and upw^ards are received and interest q^llowed at current 
rataj!5,_..A£couflt»jmajf,„ 

' more , persons and withdrawals made by any 

one, pi, them pr by the survivor. i24 



K. Dltchburn. Mr. and Mrs. Turner, I Mrs. Finch, Mr. Davles, Mr. and 
Mr. and Mrs. LePage, MlSs Ruesell, ; Mr» .-^ F e ll, -'Vlt. and Mrs. Saunby, 
Miss Alexander; Mrs. Langley, Mrs. j Miss Bailey, Mr. ind. Mra. Burns, 
Bennett, Mrs. Shaver, Miss UIH. Mr. 
and Miss Spe.t. Mr. McGill, Mr. Black- 
wood, Miss Blackwood, Mr. Jeffersbn, 
Mr. arid Mrs. Fleet- Robertson, Mr. 
and Mrs. and Miss Gill. Mr. and Mrs. 
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Hodglnson. Miss 
George, Rev. ^ Dr. Carman, Dr. T, 
Albert Moore.'Dr. McUaren, Mr. Sand-' 
lord, Mr. Duijlop, Mr. Allison. Mr. 
Hrown, Mr. Nicholson, Mrs. Briggs, 
.Mrs. Ja<!«cson, Rev, Mr. Hall. Mr. 
1 lawks. Mrs. Vantrclght. Mrs. Mcln- 
tyre. Mr. Fawcett. Mr. Ross. Mrs. 
Watts, Mr. Burwash, Rev. Curvey, 
Charles H. Gibbons. Rev. Dr. Haigh, i 
Rev. Curtis, Mr, Grlce,. Mr.- Croot, Mr. I 
Parry, Rev. Mr. Maxwell; Rev. Mr. l 
JIager. Mr. Sexsmlth, Mr. Ney. Mr. 
Brown, Mr. Re-yburn, Mr. Clayton^ Mr. | 
and Mrs. Burdlck, Mr. Hopper, , Rev. 
and Mr» A N Mlllfr, Mr. Ha^fflwood, ' 
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Rev. A. E. i * 
Roberts, Rev. Mr. Wood, Rev. Mr. Ire- j t 
land, Mr. James Welsh, Mr. Smith,! * 
Mr, Sonley, Mr. Glb.son. Mr. Sha\»o Mr. I ^ 
Forrest, Mr. Nash, Mr. Qunn, Mr. 
Knott, Mr. and Mrs. Yates, Mr. Wftt- 
kins, Mr. .Malkln, Mias Wilmott, Mr. 
Clark: M*"- Wilson. Mr. asd Mrs. Ham- 
ilton. Mr. Barryington, Rev. Mr. 
Cooley, Mr; Barwood, Mr.'Fltzpatrlck. 
_Mr. Arbher.'Mr. Cook, Rev. Mr. John- j i ? 
"son, Mr. White, Mr. O'Leary, Mr. j ♦ ' 
Cook, Mr. Stewart, Rev- Mr. Knight,;* 
Rev. and Mts. Craw, Rev. Hinnella, j * 
Mr. and Mrs. McDermott, Mr. and | « 

Mrs. Sutcliffe, Mr. Bonycastle Dale., j ♦ 

Mr. Morrison. >lr. C^'urtis, ReV. HogK, ' * 
Mr. ii'owlcr. Mr. Staffdrd, Rev. Mr. 
Collier, Mr. Dindsay, Rev. Mr. Watt, 
Mr. Taylor, jVIr. and_ M)rs. Sampson, ' ♦ 
Mrs. Morley,' Mr. (^I'ark, Mr. Fowler.,^ 
Mr. MacCire^or, Rev. Mr. You np;. Rev. 
Mr.. liardy, Mr. Ward, Mr. Henry i ♦ 
Smith, Mr. Redding. Mir. Morley, Mr. 
RUldell, Mr. and Mrs. Crosby, Mr. 
Burtpn, Miss MacGrcgor, Dr. and 
Mrs.. Milne, Miss Bowkor, Ntr. Gilbert, '• f 
Mr. Lc(>, Mr. Paynet Miss Preston, Miss | J 
-Smith, Mr. Johnson, Mis.s Smith, Rov. : » 
-R. Dobson, MIs.=) Sni-ith,- Mr. and. Ml."'.'; 



ulck, Mr. Alkman., Mrs. MClCay, Mr. 

P.I Ison, Mr. JacKson, Mr. Cotiri'.iey, 
Mr Melbournt, Mr. Hopiriov.', .'Sir 
Langton, Mr. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. 

Bennett, Mr. Hutchinson, Rev. Mr. 

ftllfsby. Rev! Mr. Hall, iMr. BeniieLt, 
Mr. M, MelUsli, Mr. Pater.s'oii, Mr. 
Moore, Rev. Mr. Swltzer, Rev. Mr. 
Rice, Mr. Kenneth Schoflekl, Mr., Mrs. 
and Miss Dayldson, Mrs. Todd, Mrs. 
GillesiJio, Mr.' Ross, Dr. and Mrs, 
Flaply, jMr. Irvlns. Mz'. Casey, Mr. 
Jones, Mr. Somervllle, Mr. James, Mr. 
Dasey, Mr. and Mrs. Jai;iiuo.s, .VIr. Jlar- 
rla, Capt. .and Mrs. Kli-kenclaUi, Mr.' 
Si'oU, 'Mr. i<'i-ain.'i«, Mr. Rublnsoa and 
Mtm. Uohlnauii, TtvvT'Mr. Uarion, Mi'. 
<"odling:, ?!r. and Mrs. Thaln, Mr. and 
IVIr.s. i'arnit, Itev. Mr. Bland, .\lr. Wor- 
!lo, H(iv. Mr. Smith, Mr. Enivence, Mr. 
Knux, M.w and .Mrs. Ru.h.sc11, Rev. Mr. i 
ll'Jlliott, R(i\. Mr. RolLson, .Vlr. Dianiijnd, 
.Mr. Hall, .Mr. Newcoinbe, Mi»a Hlakc- 
rniire, Mr. Tlionipson, .Mi', and .Mrs. TuilU 
Mv. .Staden, Mr. David James, Mr. 
lli)dgson, Mi.ss Hodgson, Mr. Clark, I 
.Mr. Cainfibell, Mr. Simon i.ciser, Mlssj 
-Sutton, lyir. Baldwin, ,Col. and /ira. 
Carrie, Capl. and Mr.s. Clatkr,' .Mr. ! 
CU>nitMicc, Mr. and Mns. MctiUlivray, 
-Mra. Leghorn, Mr.«. .S^anliopi-, Mi-sji.j 
.Mackay, .Mr. and MIsh Laidlaw, Mr. | 
.McPhee, Mr. Mopkins. .Mr. and Mrs. | 
Hrown. Mr. Sutton, .Mr. Starr, Mr. ahd 
IVir.s. Roblris, Mr: Bro\\Ti7"MrS;7'§'fuart 
Hnbt-rtson and MI.ms Rubertaon, Mr. 1 
and Mrs. James Ander.sun, .Mi aniM 
Mr.M. Ijaxtor, Mr.s^..,.VVriK'ht, J(r\. P. | 
RubHon, Mr. and Mrs. W'iLson, Rev. J. | 
P. iiicks, Mr. Car.son. Rev. Prli)(:ji)yl 
Kliarlliig, Rev. D. K. BronKli, Air. fllTov, ' 
Mr. and Mrs. Rob.sdn, .Mr., Wyldi", Rev. 
Mr. Weir, Rev. Mr. Bond, Mr. Brown, 
.Mr. Fawcett, \U'\ . Mr. Crew, Rev. Mr. 
AlaxwoU, Mr., Mr.s. and .Ml*is .Vash, Mr. 
.Sciitt, MIhs .Moore, Mi.ss Scott, Mrs. 
Clb.son, Ri'V. Mr. Woods, Mr. Smith, 
Rev. .Mr. Greer, Mr. GUvray, Mr. WU- 
aon, .\'lr. Cooper, Dr. I Much, Rev. T. K. 
llollltiK, Rev. .Mr. Palmer, .Mr.s. Scott, 
Ki'V. .Mr. .MacGrefe'or, Rev. Mr.- Young, 
.Mr. and .Mrs. Moore, Mr. and Mr*. 
l-aidley, Mr. Wood, Rov. Mr. McPhll- 
lil<JS, .Mr. Clarke, Mr. Zion, Mr. and 
Mr.s. Rogers, .Mr. John Lemone,- Mr. 
liu^king. Rev. Mr. Brown^ Bev\_ Mr. 
.McMillan, Mr. Woodwftrd;" "Mr. and 
.Mrs. ^\ Uson, Rov. .Mr. Steel, .Mr. Cam- 
eron, Mr. Siddal, Mr. Steuart, Mi8.s Con- 
rad, Mr. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Mac- 
Gre^or, .Mr. and Mrs. G.odwyn, MLsa 
-Martin, Miss Hamilton. Mr. Blake, Rev. 
.Mr. Heneage, Mr. Howe, Master Howe, 
.Mr. GookSj, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. am* 
.Mrs. Blackwood, Mr. Cowing, Mr. Har- 
ris, .Miss Wilson, Mr. Marryat, Mr. 
Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mr. "^EAt^L! 
■i'^'ri. i-Rey, M Hazlewood, RevT Mn 
Harvey, Rev. Dr. Barnes, Mr. Arm- 
strong, Mr. Cover, Mr. and Mra. Mae- 
lean;' Mr: and Mrs. Irving,' Mr. Walker, 
.Mr; and Mrs. MacTavlsh; Mr. Harrl- 
•son. Mr.s. DunhSp, Mr. Norrls, Mr. 
-Muirhead, Mn Proctor, Mrs. Macdon- 
a Id, Mrs. Anderson, Mi.ss Violet 
Hlck'ey, Mips Cameron and the Misses 
Smith, Mr. Baker. Mr. C'olvin, Mr. 
Fisher, Mr. Foster, Miss Holmes. JVlr. 
Smyth, Mr. Mortlmore, Rev. Mr. Bar- 
rymore. Air. Davidson. Mr. Donovan, 
M. G. A. Staples, Mr. Murdoch, Mr. 
Robson, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr. G. 
K. Courtenay, Mr. Melvln, Mr. Hap- 
now, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Steel, 
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, .Mr. and Mrs. 
MlteheH, Mr. Corby, Mrs. Maclean, 
Mrs; Butler, Dr. MacLean, Mrs. Foster, 
Mr. and Mrs. Prior, Mr. and Mrs. Bond, 
Mr. Sargeant. Miss Johnson, Mr. Mac- 
kay, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlgglns, Miss 
Hughes.' Mr. Henderson,,, Mr. and Mr.s.. 
MacNejIl, Rev. Mr. Smith. Mr. Irving, 
Rev. Mr. Bland, Mr. and Mrs. pitchle, 
Mr. and Mi"S. Thornton Fell, Mr. and 
Mi:s. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Burns, ^Mr. 
Smart, Air. and "Mrs. Patterson. Mr. 
Pauline. Mr; Langley, Dr. and Mrs. 
Thomas. Mrs. O'Reilly, Mr. Wood- 
ward, Capt. and Mrs. Gaudln, Miss 
Hlncks. Mr. -and" Mrs. A. P. Luxton, Mr. 
H. G. Barnard, Mrs. Mackey, Mr. 



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The August Bride 

would, we are sure, be delighted to 
receive sufl-i a sensible 'and useful 
Wedding Present as a 

CANADA RANGE 



This splendid cooker and baker 
would be a lasting reminder of the 

generosity and thouBhtfulneis.s^ ot 
the donor. 

PRICES $65 TO $40. 




DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 

Cor. Government Street 



6o8 Yates Street 



MaRing'BotF'erirls m^^^ i- - 'HU'Cmi- ;i li;ir(l id-opositi'(5h, but 
in the ina'Kcr of living- iicccs.sarics wr ;irc (Iriir.p' our best- to 
; ■ ' help you. 

Copas&Young 



Guarantee to Save You Moncy''Everyday. 
_A\"e J.)cli\cr the (jodcIs. 



Try Them. 



PURE ONTARIO HONElF=:5:7b;1^t*-.. 



$1.00 



PURE NEVVrZEALAND HONEY— 2=lbK. tin 15<* 



- HONEY IN THE;^oMb— per section, . . . , 
MAPLE FLAVOR^TOP—J^^^pnon tin 









j^LBERfArDAXRY B UTTER-, p er lb. ,. 3.5<- 

PRIDE OF eAKAD.ArMAPLE SYRUP--quart bottk 50<^ 
CALGARY RISING SUN FLOUR— p^ sack ......$1.75 

OGILVIE'S ROLLED 'O.A.TS-«-Jb. /ack 35f^ 

ANTI-COMBINE JELLY POVVDER--4 .packets^4Qr''25<^ 

CANADA FIRST CREAM— la^^ee^-oz. can 10c 

-■5-lb 




$1.00 
.600 



PURK LSHD— Wild Rose 
3-lb. tin . . ... ...... 

ANTI-COMBINE TEA— in lead packets— 3 lbs. fof . :?1.00 

CALIFORNIA SULTANA RAISIN "' 



T, Xa. Crawford, Manafcr, Viotorlit Branob. 



Long Distance 

Telephone 

Service 

RESTORED 

to Vancouver 
and All Main- 
land Points 






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Your Sign 

Will Attract Attention 

ir .'..ne by us first class work 
.wi.i artistic designlnff of signs 
i.s a hobby with, us.: 

C. H. Tite & Co. 

L«o Block Josn.'ion Street 
'Pl-ione 2050 



S. S. Irociuois Is withdrawn from 
SfJittlo ro\ilc until further »;^'tjre. • B. C. Cream "has the nnt urnlfl.TVnr 
r-~, '.r: / -riir nmniviicri ^''^w ICT cents for large tin, at y 

Subscribe for THE COLONISr procers. 



OJhen buying your Piarvo 
ir\sist orv havir\9 an 

OTTO MIGEL 

Pt«r\o ActioiN 



Washburn's Famous 

Guitars 

Mandolins and 

Banjos 

'i'hese are worltirfam- 

C(l iiaslnim^ • ' ■ •• \ -!;' in 




5 packets for . .25<? 
CHIVER'S CAMBRIDGE LEMON.4DE— per packet. .15c 

LUNCH 'SAUSAGE— per tin .v. 10<* 

CANADIAN CORN STARCH— 3 pickets for S5c 

We Sell Everything at the UowesT Possible Price 
No Specials or Bait . 

Copas & Young 

ANTI-COMBINE' GROCERS 

Corner Fort and Broad Streets - 
Phbncs q4 and 0,=; \ Phones 94 and Q.^ 




Ask Any Man Who Owns a 

aiighlin Biiick 



Auto, and you vvUl tind his answer will be that it is the 

best car on the market for all-round ptirposes, iJ 

, 'There are thotisanrts of satisfied purchasers 
throughout tlic, world who. are unanimous in their, 
opinion. — — ..' 

McLaugliHn Buick sales are more than double that 
of their nearest corapfetitor.- This is proof positive of 
their superiority. 



Hi 



Phone 695. 



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lor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

R.'r. C[,ARK, Mgiv , 

B.road Street. 



inmemrjmavKmara 



he Prime Minist^r/s Visit— Sir Wilfrl-donthe Bridge of the Princess 'jt 
' Charlotte. * ♦ 



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$50. 



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.,1 %z 

^10 ;m 



Fletcher Bros. 

-Music Dealers, 
GOVERNMENT STREET 



Ai 1 . Dlngman, /Iftevy OOodwJn, Rev. Mr. 
i Knox, M'r. Crowl, Mr. and Mrs. Pletce, 
Mr. and Mr.^. J-.<>8see) Mr. Long, , I3i'». 
iChowaft, Mr.' Mlnto, Mr. liCg'sr, Mr. 
I 'J'opps, Mr. Kclhiirm, Mr. Hllllard. Mr. 
I I'aitner, Mr. MacD^Tnaldi Mr. Wataaa_ 
1 .Mr. Winthrop, Mr. Klllott, ;.Mr. Cum- 

mln^a, Mrs. AlUm, Miss. AHe", Mr. 

Holmpa, -\lr.,,01easpn,, Rfrv. George Kin- 
I iiey, Mr. FlomInK, ,Mr. Davey, Mr. 
:. Smith, -Mr. MaclJfinaia, Mr. Hehnson, 
j.Mr. KilKar Favvott, Mr, and .Misjf Tub- 
i mim, Mr, Justice MacDonald, .Mr. J. 
j '.'joHrlluip. .Mr. Thompson, Mr. Acton, 
pnBpuctor Hntiiibly. Mr. E* M. .Tolmson, 

.Mr. Mann, Col. W^lfenden and .Mr«»; 
1 Wolfendrin, Dr. Aiid. Mr.s. Verrlnder, Mr. 
j and Mrs. Jesse LonRfield',. Mr." Arthur 
' LonRflold, Mr. -Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. 
iGlfason, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, .Rev. 

and Mv (son. Rev. and .Mrs: E. 

IG. Mil! nndr Mrs. (Jlaj^^l.stone. 

iMr.- Bato«, Air. and Mrs. Parfltt, Mr. 
j(\ McKilUgnn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Black, 

Mr. and Mth. Sfhl, Mr. nnil Mrn. 

Brussor. Mrs. (icorge J;iy, .Mr. and 

Mrs. Arthur J-.i'o, Mj. jjnd, Mr.s. JC. — ^ 

I-iPwls. Mr. Xyland, '"Mr."fonyer3.' Mr. 

S. Thompso n. .VI f^ Davles, .Mr. T. IX 

VellcfiT Btshap M n cTTonald. Mis.s Jones, 
i Mr. and Mrs. Hambley, Mr. Hay ward, 

I Miss Sprowl, Jdra. Smith. Mr, Sedg- 



Monk, Mr.' Howe, Mr. Shdrt, Mr. Jamie- 
son. Mr. Edwarijt^s, Mr. Barnes, Mljjg. 



Klils, Miss Hud.'*on, Hon. A'.' K 
M-i-8. . Smith, .Mr". V.. R. Elliott. 
Diiury. J. 



ami 

MV: 



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VMLE le 



Modern Methods 



and painstaking care"~lT! cleaning, 
and pressing men's garments glv« 
our work the preference with the 
men of care In their dress. 

Costs no more than lesji sftlllful^ 
work, but what a dtftc;renca In fs*.- 
eultsl 

We'U ealJ for anc^ deliver your 
orders If ynu'U.aay Ahe word. . . 




VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS 

844 Fort St. ' Phon»...Z47- 



vimmiivmmmMr^mimvfSMimmvmmm 



iimMa)!<immaf:jmmiittiimKmMjitstim»M,'::imimi, 



Of.th« many thou«andB who att«n4«d 
yesterday (iventing'S' mefnorabte recep- 
tion none with ftn appreciation of music 
can have faHed to, eapeclally flomment 
upon the exceptlori'al cxcelli&nce of this 
lilKlily Important; portion of the nr- 
ranfCPin<^nt.«i. AlthtiiVKh ^■T«?tot'la hVinHt» 
of TvolnK "a mush'al city " It Ilj a fact In- 
i1lKpiitahl(» that for many yeara'.pa.st H- 
\\ny- hi-nn ilonli-'>l )in.«ise9Slon of any fld< 
'■■•-,lf- cirrlii Ht r,T. and those who undei 
(Cflntlhued On Page Nine.; 



, 'Thouaai^d Islands. — Nftxt Strmlay 
th« S.-BJ Iroquois will make one ot 
those dc1ightful_ttlijTaJamong the Olilf 
Islands, stopping one hour at Miiyn'^; 
and returnltjg via the -plctur. 
Pender Canal PIcnk: parties 
btltis their baskets and luni'h under 
the treos. Take V, & .S. train leaving 
Victoria ft. 45 a. ni. Refreshments and 
mnstn nn hoard. For further Infor- 
•p nil. • 



iAdvertise in THE COLONIST 



.Cheap read ing fo r campm-s \a.n'l 
others: TTe'are clearing a lot of' out 
75c copy-Fight — noveljL^ at" SEo eanh, 
five for' Jl.OO. Victoria Bool 
tlonery Co., Limited. * 

Leiather and serB« tarns ^"f bo 
and girls at Pi.ocl.il price: ■■ ■. 

ft^Cri — It^ihMv MTt'.- and, 8i?o. e.' •' i: 
Ins^n's Cash Store. .6,i2 Yates street. * 

_ .^, : 

Wanted pupils for embroidery. Work 
nf all kinds.— Mrs. E. Claudlo, ?51 
Brougltton Street. • 






"M-xrVf^^w 



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K.iai i liiiiii i iiii . 1 iiiiiii n iiMMi><.»#i i it nJi iiiim« K |ii» i i U' ii ij m wi n Wi —H i' ■ ■ »' ,), ■ ""fy r^rT 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Thursday, Auguit 18, 191l> 



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Thelndls- 
pensable 

Water 
Heater 



To propcrry appreciate the value of the Kleclric 
Water Heater' shown here, it is luily ,ncec^sar> to 
compare it with other metHods of suirplyino- snia" 
quantities of hot waiter. . 

An Electric 
Elat Iron 

SAVES TIME 

IS CLEAN 

CONVENIENT 

DURABLE 

AND ECONOMICAL 




flINTON ELECTRIC CO., Ld. 



FRUIT TREES 



"Hope springs eternal—*' but a wise investment in our 
Fruit Stocks bears jresttits that can be fprcscen and counted 

We" have a fine lot>f deanThcalthy and streng stock, to 

pick from, and a catalogue that is mcst intere<tin^t0^orti- 
culturists and flower lovers. Free for the asking. 





TheVancouverlslandNurseryCo.Ltd. 

S0MEN05 



FASHIONABLE WEDDING 

AT THE CATHEDRAL 



(Continued from Page 4.) 



"The Reason Why" 
of the Gorby QuaHty, 



(( 



It 



The "Scrap-heap" is a sign of industrial progress. 
To discard still serviceable machinery in favor of 
newer and better models is not waste— but economy. 
By speeding up efficiency and increasing output, a 
manufacturer can give better goods at the same price. 

The »pp*r»Jw»»»«il »t ournew diililUry for«»kii»t 

Corby's 

special Selected 
Rye Whisky. « 

I* the mo»t Ihoroaghly modtrn equipment money 
c»n b-uy. No out of d»t« applikBCcs there. The 
»crkp hop h*s clktmed them. 

MFXHANICALLY, i^t «f« ihr»y» chanjinr. 
But in the Villi ei»enli»U of whisky makinj our 
melhoiis hkra't ch»Dge<l in 50 years. 

From first to Ust we have alwayi uted the 
cream of the fraiiv eropi and we have always 
matured our whisky i* the lood old fashioned 
way- ripcniof it in charred oak barrels. 

Sold hyallfirtt cUus Hotel*, Ca/f.n and lAqrior Sioru. 

The H.Corby Distillery Company 

Limited 

Head Offlcea: Montreal. "Corby'sof CorbyvilloforOvoriHalf-a-Cantury 




Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ro.>js Sutherland, 
Mr iind Mrs. Scabrodk (Toronto.) _ 

Mr. ami Mrs. Talbot, Mr. and .Mis. 
rve, Capt. and Mrs. and Miss Troup. 
Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Troup, Mrs. Tat- 
low. Mr. Totnlln. Mr. Taylor. Mr. 
Twigg:. Hon. and Mrs. Templeman. 
Mis.s Tullv, Mr.s. J. H. Todd. Mrs. and 
Mls»-Tuck, Mrs. au«r the Miaaes Tlk- 
ton, Mr. and Mrs. JM. Todd (Owen 
Sound). 

W. - 

Mr. an^l .Mr.s. Guy Warner, .the 
Misses Wiglcy, Mr. and Mrs. liiper- 
stafr AVilson, Mr. iiind Mrs. Goulding 
Wilson. Mr. and" Mrs. Cha.-?. Wilson, 
Mr. and Mrs. Wllby. Mr. WlHlams and 
Mr. KinKseott, Dr. and Mrs. ^Vatt. 
Mr. and Mrs. Wood. . Mrs. Pppc and 
.Miss Maolure. Mr. and Mrs. WrlKht, 
r>r and Mrs. Wasson; Mr. and Mrs. 



BRUNO T H.\LL 

SPOKANE 

A Boarding: .■and Day School for O-itls. 

A church nchool whc-ie aim 1b . the 
yety best in Instructors and eqiilpment- 
Cheorful, hbineHke,. ^uHdlnws; whole- 
some cnmatcx^Kymna^lum, music hall; 
private theatricals.. Special features ar« 
tlv art stvidlo. KlvInK — iimtructlon In 
flltrprent art, liranchea and the music de- 
partment with Its Htaff of forolgn 



Robt. WiRhtman (Owen Smind), Col. 
and officers of the Work Point Bar- 
rackS; - - 

Wedding Presents 
BritVe-4,«~»4=<'om, pearl tie pin; groom 
to bride, diamond and emerald ring; 
briaift'a father. cJieque; bride's mother, 
croWri .Derby dinner set; groom'a 
father, i,he(iue .Mrs. G. M. Butohart, 
pair of silver candelabra; Mrs. J. H. 
TodU, black oak arm chair; Miss Jen- 
nie Butchart, bear rug; Mr, Krnest 
Todd, 400 day clock; Mr. a.nd Mrs. D. 
M. Butchart, 'complete che.st of slUei'; 
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Butchart, ch«ique; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robt, Butchart, cut glass 
fern pot and silver pudding dish; Dr. 
J. L. Todd, viicuuip cleaner atid 
c h eti ue- i Mr , . a nt l -Mrs. A. E. Todd, sil- 
ver tea set in ca«e; ' Mr. and Mrs. 
Rtthei, gla-ss' flower basket; Mr., and 
Mrs. Ambery, s^ilvftr photo franie; Mr. 
and Mrs. Hebdeii Gillespie, patr of 
Hheflleld plate oastera; Mr. and Mra. 
Alexander GiUpsple,, Half-dozen silver 
rammlTiens in case; Mr. and_Mrs. L.ux- 
ton, cut 'glatis vlne«ar bottle; Mrs. 
Richard Carnli^!«, hjvndkerchiet and 
glove cases and pincushion; Mr. and 
Mrs. Alexsls Martin, clock in- case; 
Mrs. Elia.s Lemon. "Owen Sound, pftir at 
guest towels; Miss a*arj' Paterson, 
Owen Sound, silvir card case; Mr. and 
.Mr.i. Lopan, Owen Sound, 1 doz. em- 
broTdered" table naitkins; Mr. and Mrs, 
Blackwood, cut jflasa comport; the 
Ml.sse.s Blackwood, silver bon-bon dish; 
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Lliidsay. ■. cut glass 
vase; lion and Mr.s. McBrlde, halt- 
dozen cut water glasse^; Mr. ' A. T. 
Goward. -silver cream anTT^augar bovyl: 
Mr. Douglas James, electric toastaf; 
^Mx.- Hufio Beaven, thermometer; Mr 



THE RECEPTION 

To Sir Wilfrid Lauricr 

IS OVER, BUT - - 

A HEARTY INVITATION IS ALWAYS EXTENDED 

To All Citizens and Visitor* 

By M.W.WAITT &. CO.. Ltd., TO SEeTIhEIR PIANO SH^^ROOMS 

At 1004 GOVERNMENT STREET 

Where iiih.v he soon, choice sjmplf" pi?!"''"' bv 
HEirJTZMAN A CO. AND NORDH El M ER CO. 

The Premier of Canada's Piano Manufacturers 

A.v^-i\Ti';riKSTi.v«'; niHiM.AV and K.vrn.sDrirnN'ARY value 
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF 



Mixed Medley of 

Groceries You Need 

Splendid Cooking Apples, (> lbs. . . . ,- .......... 25c 

Table Jellies. i)itc>i ami c-a><ie st-e^-a» -desserts. .4 packets . .25c 

B.C. Cream- cxcclleM'^tpeflin . ■■■■■•■ ^o^ 

B & K. Rolled Oats, ilne brain and muscle forming, food, per 

^y^'J.^ ,,.'.. ,,•■*•»« W-9-* » * » • • • Oj^ , 

Fresh Creamery Butter, grand bargain, 3 lbs. ....*,> . • . .$1.00 
Fowler's Ginger Syrup, just what .you and the kiddies will 
Vnjov.' per tin Trv—-. •>•• •.• .^_,30<r^ 



.coUegea. For further Information, ad- 
dress. 

JULIA P. BAILEJy, Principal, 

P.xiUtui'-. ■Was!ilnKton. 



trained Instructors. __ CertlfScate.*4«imku*a«M~ i.uHv. .-.v^^.,.. .•_•- ---• 

to Smith WeUe.-«ley aifO other eastern- 44a rry Ross, hammered brass desk set. 






UH 



llONTARIO 
LADIES' 
COLLEGE 



(Trafalgar Castle) 
WHITBY. ONT. 
CANADA. 

Opetii Sept. 8th, 1910 



PERFECT SURROUNDINGS 

■" - rcLi. coc»«»» iw 
Literature Elocution 

Music '^'"« ■^'■'* 

Household Science, etc. 

Splendid oresniiatlon. Rate» moderatt. 

VRITB TBI pai!<CIPiU TOWt rxilSOill 
BEV. J. J. HARE, I'h.n. 

Whithy. Ontr 



Uni V er sity School 



UiSlVfckSHY ^ItlOUL hUK 
GIRLS 

C'tviB-TVolIey House. Oak Bay. Vic- 
toria. B.C., higii-Kradc day and board- 
ing school for young ladies of all 
ages.. All subjects taxight. Pro«- 
ppetuS on application. . ' 

incipal — Mrs. 



z 



Stedham, Cert. Ehfl. 



VICTORIA, fi. C. 



FOR BOYS 



FOR BOYS 





Corrig College 



Beacon 'Sm Park Victoria, B. C. 
delect High-Grade Uay and 
Boarding College for Boy« of 8 
to. 16 year."?. Kefinements of 
\ven-ap)>olnt<-U geiitlenicM's . home 
In lovel.'.' Beucon Hill I'ark. Num- 
ber limited. Oiitdooi- .«porta. I'le- 
l>aipil for BuPlnosK i..lfo or Pr^- 
C'SHlonai or .l.'iil\erHity exaiTiirm- 
ilons. I'Vea Inclcstve and strlct- 
1- jiT'fl' rate. A few vac.in.cles at 
. ' i 1.1 u.Tm, September 1st. 
Prlnclpnl.^y. "W.' CStmOTTr" W A 



China vase; .Mr. and 1 .M;i>Uire, 

four silver vases; Mr. and -Mrs. c'Hr- 
mlchael, Bllver pot-pourie; Mrs. and 
Miss Helsternian, cut gloss perfume 
bottle; Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Bodwell, 
Dresden china fniit dish; Mr. and 
Mrs. and Miss Uttlg', cut glass bowl; 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hind, brass fern 
dl.sh; Mr. and Mrs. Hemlng, two brass 
candlesticks; L>t.Col. und Mrs. Hall, 
chinar-pJwto frame: Mrs. Rome, pair 
of bridal bracelets; Mr. and Miss_L. 
O.'^McQuade, silver comport; Mrs. and 
Miss McTavish, butter' dish; Mr, Mar- 
Hhall,- barometer; '*^rr; J.VV. Gamble, 
silver calendar; Mrs. Lalng. silver 
plioto franrei-Mrs. I^endray, cut glass 
cream and sugar bowl; Chief .Jus^llce 
and Mrs. Hunter, cut glass comport: 
Mr, and Mrs. McPhilllps, cut glass 
vase; .Mrs.' Henry Croft, glass and sil- 
ver cream and sugar bowl; MJss Ellery. 
cut glass salt dis.hes; Mr. and Mr;*. 
Palmer, Chemalnus, sliver vase; Mr. 
Mrs. and the Misses Lawson, half- 
doien teaspoons, in case; Mr. and Mrs. 
Ohas. Rhodes, cut glass dish; Mr. and 
Mrs. Losee. Tod Inlet, large cut glass 
vase; Miss Edith Hlggins.'bronze Jug; 
Mr.s. thelaiid, Benares brass Jar<iinlere; 
Mr. and Mrs. Ker, water color paint- 
ing; Mr., and Mrs. Messrlarge picture; 
the Misses Galletl-y. large brass shell: 
Mr, and Mrs. Fletcher, silver tea-pot 
stand; Mrs. R. B. Punnett, Alice In 
Wonderland doiliesi. Capt., Mrs. and the 
Misses Ir\-ing,' Large cut glass bowl; 
Mr. and Mrs. Nfontelth. silver card 
tray; Capt. and Mrs. Troup, one do-/,, 
ctrt glass punch gtas s e a; Mr. and Mrs. 
Roy Troup, glass and silver cream and 
rfiigax bowl in case; Mrs. and Miss 
•Murisle, brass bowl; Mr. and Airs. 
Phillips, large lirass shell; Mr. and 
Mrs. Joe Wilson, white flird gold chma 
t^H "et; Mr. and Mrs, Raymur, half- 
dozen Tammi.kens; Mr. J. A. Raymur, 
cut glass dl.sh: the Misses Tilton, half-y 
dozen rammikens; Chief Justice and 
Mrs. Macdonald, china flower dish; 
Dr. and Mrs. Hazell, two volumcB 
classics; Mr. and Mr.-*. Jas. Todd, tw-o 
cups and saucers; From aji old friend, 
beautiful silver frame; Mr. and Mr.s. 
Stevenson, silver rose bowl; the Misses 
Mason, brass fern pOt; Mr, and Mrs. 
E, K. Kvan8._i,Vtincouver, cut glass 
punch bpwlv stand and mirror; ,VIrs. 
Lowthian Russell. Vancoiiv.er; large 
mahogany barometer;, Mrs.' A. Cowen, 
Japanese choci-iFaTe s.et; Mr. and Mrs. 
Trewartha James, two-books on How-, 
ers; Mr. and ^m. iSbalccoss, largt 
brass shell; Mrs. and Altss-Fltzglbboji 
book on floral decoration; Mr. and 
Mrs. MacDowall. twobY-nss ya.sea; Mr. 
and 3kJr9, Tje, carved tray; ."Wr. and h^vh. 
Spratt, - sliver tea-pot ,sti«Uli,.v .*V.'s* 
Marian Pitts, pierced, bras^ desk set; 
Miss Winona Troup, j one' dozeja cut 
glass punch glasses; Mrs. Krb. cut 
glasp'vase; Mrs, and Miss Peters, fern 
in brass fern dish; .Mr. and Mrs. Stu- 
art Robertson, brass fern dish; Mrs. 
Dunsmutr, checpie; . the. Misses , Dun.x- 
n\uir, 8 volumes of Browning; Mr. and 
Mrs. Slater, large mahogany tray; Mr. 
a:nd Mi-8. t'.S. Barnard, Sheffield plate 
tray; Mr. and Mrs. Hol..son,. nilggei 
broach:' Mr° ""■' "tp Misses En.rie, 
Venetian glass, rose bowi; Mr.s." J. D. 
Helmcken, large ' bhi? vase. on. stand; 
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Macrae, cut glass 
vase; Mr. and Mrs. Gt^nge, .aijver. pird- 
dlng dish; Mr. and .\tts. Mcttregor. sil- 
ver bon-bmi dlsb; Mr. and Mrs. tlihti.' 
bronze vaise; Mr.^nd Mrs.' Kirk, glass 

Mrs. uicK.ijiJBi'ti, unn-ii"''^" ^"v"^" - vase; the Misses Etoerts, , pair brass 

in case; Mr. and Mrs. nockrill. silver candlesticks; • Mrs. Ci'tht'ert Holmes, 
'vase- Ma-sTj. K. Griffiths, silver photo two cut glass dl»he.'<: Mr. and Mrs. 
'frame; Mrs. n.-aslev. fancy Chinese Mewlapds, long silk scarf: Mrs. Day, 



Where You Get the Best and_ Cheapest 

The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phrrnli 2f*, yntir cfioice at your price. 561 Johnson St. 




You Never Saw 
Us Saw~^^ 

a whole lot more meat than a 
customer wants — just to mai<e 
sales. We don't have to. V\ e 
make sale.s and steady customers 
too by giving people Just exactly 
uliat they want of the choicest 
i ijeats we can get. ~~Xna^ SO 'good 
lire our meats (hat we notice peo-' 
Iile always order a larger quan- 
tity tiie second time. Try It- fe'ee 
our windows for 'prices. 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATHS 8T 
PMONE 514 



the Misses Wi«ley, brass. Jardiniere 
Mrs. M. C. BroWne, Japanese bOWl; 
Mr. and Mrs. Cornwall, brass dish; 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atkins?, sliver sugar 
bowl; Mr. and Mrs. T. Ooris. _Mr._8.nd 
Mrs. n. Heistermah. hundfsome sliver 
|. adding dish; Mr. John Arbuckle, sil- 
ver card receiver; Mr. and Mris. Mo- 
hun. pair of shell salt ciBllar"; Mr. and 
Mra. awincrton. cut gla^s, decanter; 
.Mr. and Mrs. Topp, leacosy and 8 
(lollies; Mr. R. F. Taylor, silver egg 
-cups arid set I'h case: Mr. and MrsJ. 
.Uuskett. glass and silver vase; Mr. and 
.MTjri-e^ulding.-- Wilson, brass Jardin- 
iere; Mrs. D. Ross, sllveir ffrn dish; 
('ol. aYid Mrs. Prior." silver butler 
dishes In case; Mr. Geo, Johnston, sli- 
ver photo franie; Mr. and Mrs. Henry 
.Martin. Old English print; 'Miss Du- 
l.oni. Afisa .N. Dupont. china comport; 
Mr.. Mr.«.,'^Smd -Jrfiss Siivage. silver 
lafd ' tray ;• Mrs. AlexaqiJer Pope, brass 
candlesticks; Mr. ' and -.Mrs. Wright, 
large cut glasis vaite; Mr. aijd Mrs. J. 
A. Wood, marmalade Jar; .Mr. and Mrs. 
Cur'lls'StampsoM. brass Jardiniere ;-Mah 
Wan, i-air brass stork candlesticks; 
Mrs. Campbell McCallum, silver fern 
dish; Mr. Davis, .silver inkstand: Mr. 
and Mrs. Fred Nori-l."». cut glass bowl 
and stand;. Mr. and Mrs. H. ' .Norris, 
wicker chair; Mri, and Mrs. Ylctor 
Klliot.._avar8nver frame: .Mt^. and Mrs. 
Gillespie, pair of r.I.ij'.x .and silver 
vnses; Mr. Dugald'CUIcspie, silver coin 
purse; Mr. J, Mitchell, cut glass bowl 
with salad fork s\nd »i><>on; Miss J. 
Sc(Vtt.^ glass and sliver vn^o- ^r. Ti)m- 
lln, cut glass bowl; Mr. and Mrs. G. 
H. Barnard, large framed picturfei 
Mrs. Dickenson," half-dnzen tesspoons 



Best Way To Make^ 



Crab Apple Jelly^^ 

Wash the fruit clean, put in a kettle, cover with water a'nd 
boil tin tit .xooked thoroughly; ' I?.oiir...it.-iiito a sieve- let tt 
drain- do not press it through. For each pint of -this liquor 
allow one pound r>f -i^ugar. Bo il from twenty mnyutcs to haif 
an hour. Select jufcy crabs, not ovei^ ripe— the kind we otter 
today. . ' ' 

FINE CRAB APPLES— 1 2.1bs^ , f or ■ • • . -25^ 

HF.TTER -ORDER XOW, 



The West End Gracery Co., Ltd. 

1002 Government Street ', Tels. 88 and 1761 



Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 



. At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

ill SpacioiKS New Brick Building. • 

Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: l'"o(.)tb;iil and Cricket: GymTlasiilm 
.-ind Indoor Rifle liangc. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

WARDEN: 

Rev VV. W. Bolton, M.A.. Cambridge. 

FRLXCIPALS: 

'R. V. Harvey, M.A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, E.-^q., Lond. Un:;., 

assisted by a resident staff of University Men. 

For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 






dish; Mr. iinri All 

.lAMES BAY ACADEMYp";?,;;Ji;:^s 

A Pil^nto Hlffh School 
' Academlo Bopftrtment — Kull matrlcu- 
Iniion in tv/o :,<nrH. .students prepared' 
iiM n. I :: \j. !^. atui fitlier cwamlnntlnns. 
Splondia matrioxUatloa Bucoi»i«e« this 
Bimnnor. 

Commercl'al Department — A fully 
I (><iuippc<l modern BuslnesB CoUega in 
I cliartre ''it an e;cpptl' ik cO Commorclal 
! SpoclftUst, a Ooia MoclalUt in lirpRK 
I sliortluind. Text bobkn rnrni«hea free to 
stndenta of this rtcpartmont. 

Day and Eventng' Clasiies. 
,Viiili"-< nil Iri'iniric-s t'< 
Th(! Principal, James Bay Academy^ 
It, U6 Medina Ht. 



J vase; . Miss .Macluro. handworked 

doHle; Mr. and Miss Mnrn, brass fern 

ipot with ferriT^Stlr- anil .Mrs. H. R"ta- 

jertson, brtis.s Jardipleic; .M.r.*?. McCal- 

-■ln'm, "rg n n rt" - wifr\'.CT ' • rr .i r itri" : ' - Mr s ; — M«-^ 

Quade and Mr. K. i" McQiiade, fern 

lish; Mr. and Mrs, i!.;uuUn, hook of 

»; Mi-. an<5|_ Mis. E. 

.. ree dish; ' Mrs. — F. 

N.iiiiM. Jr., Hofii pillow; .Hon. Wm. and 
.Mrs. 'Pcmi/lcman, cut gl.i.^.s vase;, Mrs. 
and Miss Langley„ piiirdf sliver salt 
dishes; Mr. and Mrs. .\dplph Hffn.'' 
electric table liirtiS; Senalor aiid Mrs, 
KIley; half-dozen coffee spoons in 
case- Mr.s. Berkley, .Mr. C Berkley, cut 
Ria.sH bowl; Mr. Bert Hebden, cut ,glas8 
'•ompiu-t; ' Mr. and Mrs. Pooleyrf large 
.Irnwn work table cloth; the Misses 
T'o(>lc.\-, onB-da;ieu..-XfUi£ttan lace finger 
howl, ilollies: Mr. .las. bawson, broyvn 
hrmd-p:iinted vase: Mr.s, (,;eo. Nprrls, 
crriim and sugar b<')wl: Mr. and Mrs, 
[.\rtliiir R'-berLson, brass Jardinler'e; 
■Mr. Knhcrt I'iutchart, .Owen 'Souwl. 
I large > :>o; .Mr. and Mrs. 

Miller. : • trayV Sfr'.' atld'Mrs 

I 



FORT (i FORGE 

' TRIBUNE ,. 

Onlv ii.-.v sipaiK^r publlslied. at 
KiTt lienrR.-. \hf ."trategic com- 
merfinl nnd K"'>Brapliical,, center 
of Brlti.-li <'<'U'"''''' 

Fort Vtf<'r>ii' "i'! ! '■• ■"•'^ of the. 
iarK'.-l (Miics mi Ui. North -Xmcr- 
l,nn oMiiiii. Ill, Hecriuse H Is the 
iiaMif^jl MMpiilN iiiitnt f"r an inland 
f mpUf imnii'n^scly rich in agrl- 
iur,ii lai^i. liiii!"-!- an^l mi,nes. 
■ ri CJt'iiii:'' i • •■'' •l"''* Junction 
,.( ,,rw th-tiisHiMl ui-ll<'s'of navlKa- 
Me wnt'i "•'•V'-'. »'""' "" ^''^ """^ "^ 



^l^rtorpd and 

■ ired •million 

. si'Miiif-d In raif- 

,■■,.- ill the Kort 

\\ tijin tlif.- next 



li:|l 

rlMli;. ■ ■ •■, •; ' 

\v . ., |.:.liMll!:: , n 

C.-oi-f I li'^i' •■ ' 

. Setvil ilir<'.' 'I'-llHrs for que ^-p.nr'a 
wulirtcrii'tlini Hiid. cet the truth 
nliont III'' fi.rti:ne-mnking:;,opp.t'r 
tiiriiiti's iM loi-'iiifRs and inveti 

lis ,1- A^i?ric-, 



Port George. B. C. 



lartre poater picture i Caj)!. arfd Mrs. 
M«c($onald. Sheffield pl«t.e.,ten caddy; 
Mr. and Mrs. Coles, large brass -»h ell; 

ryv. iind Mrs. Fagan, Indian basKtl'T , , „„___,^ 

TCfrgir'' K . ht»"' "Bt'-'/ n . la rge t'W u ene-jtH' — j- "-A-P^KMiS S i rTTt T, TWTaHHjg, 
(ll.nVore: Mr. a-nd Mrs. R. H. r()Ole.v, 
cut glass di8aivvitt».,.(.uiier: Mi-. Arthur 
Pitts* tliree silver r^-Mlted almotxd 
dishes; Capt.' Giljin, gold i^hoto frame; 
Mivjor arid Mra, Aud al Ja^ ii i eri- . e jL sil- 
ver bread tray; Mr. and Mrs. A. Qore, 
silver photo frame; .M^. and Mrs. Mac- 
lean, s ilv e r photo fra me: Mr. Cf).terall 
and emivloyees worklpg on ..Mr. Bvit- 
chart's- residence, beautiful 400 day 
clock; Lieutenant Oovernor and Mr^. 
Paterson, cprved ivory ipwcl case; Mr. 
ami Mrs. .Morris, two cut pi a s.54 candle- 
sticks; Mc-Hwd'Mrs. j\rbuthmt, silver 
cake tray: Mr. and Mrs. W. Qore. Ven- 
etian' gla.s.S. rose bowl; Mr. and Mrs. 
CrovV Bakerl china pUddiiig'Ndl.sh;nMias 
Clan haro, china rose bow.l; Miss PhylllSk 
Mason, silver pbo.to franie; Mr. and 
Mr" Wfllter Nich.ol, two bon-bon 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

' George A. LeveUe, Manager^— 



Victoria's Exclusive Picture House 

Showing only the ^Best pictures ob- 

..„.,,.,, .__,..„,, vrjalnable' 

SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN 

AMATEURS 
TOMORROW NIGHT 

Come early nnd rt\"iil tlip crush. 

New Grand Theatre 

WKUK iStb AUGUST 

VLAtfVZl. ROUAIlr 

•Th'* .\''it'-i|' MinVu-pl Singer ■> ■ 

M1.Z.E. OX.XVE 

Skillful mill bvilllant .lUdBling artist*. 

Z£KEX>I> BBiOTKEBS 

In nmrvohius ciiullihrifitic feats. 

1«AX WELl. AlTD DUDI.ET 

"Tlip .--ll\pr LPHSon." . ' 

BBOOXKAir AND GBOBS 

Ciia/JH- 1 o r Rong.s an.i dances.. 

THOMAS S, PRICE. 

jrX.W, MO.yiNG PICTUBJttL____, 

OUB OWN ORCBESTBA.. 




..Vllllfl, lin.J' , i.*.. ....v^ ...... 

/-. > A Ji -f-Albcrt GriliitI). Dresden chltja fiuii 

lIllDOn C Ar^lnPniV !''l«h; Mr. and Mrs. HeTtr.\-i+el«termii2i 

UUCCII !3 rlLdUClllV -""« SlasS ^■"'''«"r. hottlc;. Mr., and 'Mrs 

X. J .l.vttstiitr R,o.bt>TtsoTiT-l ^v ^ 1 ; gla nt i b a:&kti.ti-j 






2715 Rook Bn.7 Avn.nxe 



^iv] < i.'f nil IlL-'R. 



Re-ipens Thursdjy, 
September ! 



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ThorouKli, rracilral iii-'n 
in nil KngirslY'""8ul)JPcts as w 
the hisrher br.inches o'f study. 

l.'or rnrllvr infiM-inaM .'i cnll ''•n "T 
art.iirss S. D. POPE, I.I.. D., 

Hhwne 1300. J M iVdi'd 1 



.Mr. iimr^r.s. Gresley, palm;, Mr. and, 

.\Ii« !'!<-ct Robertsoi,!, large Chinese [ 

i;,. ■ <"raddock, '..sliver lighter; .Mr'. I 

II,! ;ii's-"n. two silver cundl*'- ! 

slirk- 'rgtlll. Milt SI i 

l,,,(rlv-l . '■ ■ ;1IV',._\V. !-><.■ ' 

Milet, oriental cen'tr'M ' 

iiisbop, Owen Sbum!, 
chief; Mr. and Mrs. '.Iiii' 
•Sound, Algerian rnir; M' 
Bovell, ' 'Toronto, 
knives In case; M 
diniere;^Mr. nnd ,Mio. Kii< im 
jj\;,=<« rUph": ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Hrett 



. I • 



■.^;\:r. 



bowl; 1 



Ml 



Will 



Specially Gooil In Quality 

Our Butter at 36c or 3 >lb«. ■ 

. tor- ^:i- •__'■<•■ '.•'■••' W-00 

Fancy Triink of T«a .With- l*»ck, 
Contains- 3 lbs., tQi:^:^.M9%^.^ 
St.- ivel 'Luncheon,, Tongue. 
TiBrtib Tongue, etc. Fotted Yar^ 
ni'Hiiii ifh-ater and AnChOvy Paste 
(,, CI;,-' .lurs, very neat and de- 



,1. 'A'o .sb.'\U"\ a' 



,ll I Mll.'l! 



LRSKINES' GROCERY 



dishes; Mr. Pcrc^; Kvanp, . handsome 
cut glass Jiirdlniere; Mr. and Mrs.. Jno. 
M - Kllhowih, orte set ' SS-liakc-spearej- 
Rev Ktaulcv Ard. cut ,gla!«t» .fiern dish; 
Miss K. and Alis.'i' "Nf. Rhodes, book; 
Mr. and .Mr«. I>. M- Rl'ifers, one set 
iitevenson; .Mr. :ind Mrs. Malhd\ys, 
brass "Jardiniere; M4^ — Trevor . Foote., 
framed English prfnt; Master Douglas 
Robert.son. 'Songa of a Sourdough";, 
Mr and Mrs. .1. W. Church, large chlntt 
vase: .Mr. and .Mr!-. Chas. Wilson, pair 
black candlesMckii, Mr.^and Mrs. V. L. 
Crawtetfir- ailvt-r gravy ladle In case; 
^^i-miH MP*- MatsoiL, large cut glass 
howl; Major Bennett, Jftrge J^lue plate. 
Mr. , and Mrs. Phillips. te'r«i9 ferasa 
she^i.' • 

■ ■. .-,:-.■ .■f:n-,.--^'„:„ ,:,■., ,.i',,j-tv: 

s, ■■.■■'•'■' 

Don't waste your .monf!y_Jnivlng 
rdasters when you can get n bottle n{ 
(•hamti£r.laln'8 Liniment tor twMitv 
'fl^ 'cents— - A piece of tlauml dm 
ed' with this liniment is siippii 
any pliistcr'for lame back, pains in 1 1 
"id'c Miin .Micsr. .-md riVrch:_clica,pcr. iS'ii 



PaiUai^es Theatre 



ALL THIS. WEEK 



BIG lOCENTSHOW 



rl-rrrt f riginty .;! 



Corner 



,I(,lii!-:"n mil ijun, 
I'hnno. 106. 



r n ;< t ». 



•i i,. ..:•!.,: '■ : ■' " • '1 ■■■ i>f the 

i Alii.ii-.iii a!' 1 I 'I, .yii'l'lilrnl •■impanv 

jlii^p ,1 Ipinie inArkcf 'f-ea'dy and waiting 
I it Us diHirsthe demand In Alaska and 
ithe Yukon being a: large and growing! 



1 1 ire 1 1 



■VATrDEVILI.E MOTION PIOTTTRES 
AlfD NIGHTLY AMATEUR 
X. .PRIZE CONTESTS. 

Ptin? Why Certainly. 

"«()MAN6~TUI ATRE 

5 TONtOHT 

AHMttkB^ttt* Roses. Iiu], ^ ... : '"lo ft. 
The Minister's New Suit, r.iwors coin- 
dv scr<am The Card Party, Pow.', ^ 
aiamn. The Koon for Her toye, hm I 
(•niorfil iiicnire. The Vlllnge Scare. 

■ ■,.nip>b ■ •■■ Zelgler Baldwin Pol»ir 

ExpofUti"- itli.nftl. -Waslilngtoa 

Quartet t'^, Romnno Orchedtro. 

MAJESTIC THEATRE 

Wf lUinoaay nnd Thursrtay 

'The ■Warrior's Sacrifice," :i !> ' ' I 

^ Ini.'.^ St ny\ _ 

"John Adams' and Paul Jones," 

' TliiilUuc ^"'ir S|tory. 

"A Ooort Little- -K«iirt." 

"Undo Learn ■ to Hypaotlze.*! 

Otiiei- Fea lutes. 



1/ 



Thurtday, August 18, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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Yoti Are Assured 
Perfect Satisfaction 

When scleciiji.i;- oiu.' '■t,iho si)1cn(li(lly,.nia(le J'\iH Suits. Every Suit carries witli 

it that toucirof.iii'livi'iualily \vUich so t^reatly cliaracterizes ■ 

Hobberlin Tailored Clothes 




-1 ~ ■ 

nlllcant beaver of Cana4to, the whole 

cmbassfcl with consummntw uklU un<l 

printed Ih olcven H'ipuiutu colors and 

ii.s many pr(?ss workliiHM, with niarvcl- 

ousi (jxucUluao or Impi-lnt. FroullUK 

lIUs Triu6itcrpi"<'e of prliitPr'a crtift, Htlll 

atiothor evldiMico of th.> art as well nw 

profe.sHlniial .skill i)f MaKlcr Prnssinaii 

W'. II. ("Uu'lt, appiinr.s perhap.'i the be.sl 

I luochaiilcHlly-repi'Orlucod portrart tif air 

! Wilfrid thul ha« evez- eoine . from a 

I f.Liiadlau iirt'H.s, Iho portrfi'lf'trnh- flfriiro 

i Hei^iiiliig' almost to stand from the prlni- 

' rd paBti with Hf<dlk(.' mvturalne.ss. 

Th(j inu.sk-al proBrarmiics follow, to- 
Ki'tlKM- >-lt,h typical .Hrltl.sh Ctdumblau 
Mccucs depTolliig the IKshln^', pinibcrltif,' 
a;id friilt-growins: liidiiHti'k-s, 

A i^pf'clal .souvenir progi^jiiUDr. di.e 
fifl.r 111" Jtoycroft way- 'hut .;■>;■ at 
lioiM^' In Victoria — was preBeliL ! ■ ■ li- 
Wilfrid, 'but each and all the ! ■ • .!■ 
servo .a place in such iH't tiuW ■ ■, .i 
may bo hereafter retfervod for > 
iVletidy perfect speclniena or i : i. 

I rl i n ! i 1 m . 



HE WELCOME 
Iff THE IftfiF 



More Specials I 



Meats 



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Our own production, THE BEST, and at prices which will sav.e you money 






HAMS 
BACON 



COMPOUND LARD 
BOILED HAMS 
JELLIED TONGUES 



PURE LARD 

If you are not using our brands nowT^ive us your next order. 

WATCH FOR OUR SPECIALS 



i t' *^- ■ i 



Pacific Market, Next to P. O.,- 
Government Street 



.Island. M a rk eT 



Corner Johnson .apd Douglas. 




P. Biif ns & Co., Lt 




immsmia 



' sm g mmm ^ 



fS ACCLAIMED 

BY THOUSANDS 

' »' ,, ... 

Cojitlnucil Prom Ptiisro Seven.) 



stand the art w'^ill. readily comprehend 
how utterly. ImpoBslblo It Js to maglo- 
ally produce, at a momentls__notlce, a 
combination capable of Interpreting 
chamBer or concert music wlTli dife ef- 
fect.' It Is Indeed a lovable labor of 
years to develop a good' orchestra, 
even with the best material at command, 
and hence the greater credit to Mr. U. 
A. Turner for the uridenial^ly high Qual- 
ity of the orchestral programrtie and Its 
smooth and acceptabln in'terpretatlon. In 
connection with the reception itself. 

• The orchestra, which consisted of sev- 
enteen pieces— the largest organization 
of the kind v<j,hlch hfls discoursed of tiie 
favorite art within the walls of British 
Columbia's legislative chamber — occu- 
pied the entire avAllahle space of Mr. 
Speaker's gallery — In refl,r of the throne, 
nOr found Its accomTnodatlOns aught 
more than sufficient for necessities. The 
ln8trum,ental .strength was singularly 
representative of the Province ratliir 
than Vlci^lrta simply, for. the conductor, 
while availing himself of al.l the best 
locally ^t command, wsis ftepessarliy 
Obliged to go a,fleld to ncrfeot hift «n- 
semble for Instrumentation. 

Thus the viola last evening was fond- 
ly cyddled to the chin of Herr Llddle, 
of the Vancouver Opera House orches- 
tra, hlmtfelf a pupil of .roaclilm, anil Mr. 
-/Harveyv the wwU k nown violinist of Na- 
nalmo. ■ The complete Instrumetitdtlon 
for the. evening was as foUows: .First 
violins, Mr. Benedlaf Bantly, Hr. Pereirja 
and Mr. Harveyr S^JTffKfl VloUn.-J, CT. >Vme 
and J. dc Terran; viola, .T. I.,ltidlo; 'cello, 
F. Alien; double bos.s, Kmll Pf erdndr: 
flute, G. H. Larrlgan; clarinet, O. I*ohg- 
muir; bassoorrr-Ir Culross; cornet, Wal- 
ter North; trombone, .T, Ball,. French 
horns, W. Falrall and G. Okell; ''harp, 
jviies Babingtpn, and piano, JMjat- Lom- 
bard. 

Proved a Trent. ■ , 

Making due nllowance for, the im«alt}» 
able character of the chamber, espt^elr 
ally In its festal array , (Interfering 
necessarily with the movement of ^pwnd 
waves) and for Its trrepresslble --echo, 
the orchestra acquit tod_JLta£Lf—a'ii_'JWly 
with distinction but with lilgh. honor. 
Hypecially •• • ■ ^e 'leligJUJiiilXaBlttKiGji 

.ind cnret'! in la ted imerprftations 

..(■ t . tful nl!s from '"TiKi- 

i,;ii . .1 ; .taiia'.' received with 

• •\ery evldi-nc-e <d'. most sincere and RTat- 'j .,,,],-, i,r,,„rl 



and not an orchestrial concert at which 
that- statesman chanced, to be one among 
many, guests. The subordination of the 
fuYictlona of the orchestra to Us place 
in the general scheme was not tho leant 
among the tokens glv:en»by Mr^ Turner 
of hlR entire recognition of^he "neces- 
sltles of his part In the smooth-run- 
ning machinery of the Provllnclal recep- 
tion. , , 

Did time and spffc© not Jolijtly and 
sevetaHy^forbld. talpet mtg.ht be told of 
romances attached to three or even fowr 
of the old-time stringed instruments 
Whose, strains stirred the blOod and 
quickened the pulses of last -evening's 
radiant guests — one unimpeachable 
Strad. a^notber tlme-mellowcd "flddlo" 
dating; Ihrpe centuries back, a harp 
worth almost Its weight. In gold! Nor 
does the rorpance linger altogether 
among the Instruments, for fltnoi)g' the 
musicians responding to Mr. Turner's 
baton from the Speaker's Gallery In 
honoring the Premier ' of an Undivided 
Canada, himself of the blood of France, 
was on© who Is still entitled to the full 
rank «»d title of a Count In that sunny 
land, and who courted the privilege of 
thus humbly paying h<?hiagc to one of 
"His own." ' _ 

The orchestral programme in Its en- 
tirety was a« follows: 

March— Victorious BaifOJir Von b\0T 

■Selectlon-^Travlata . i • • • • '.'.Verdi 

Htingarlah Folli Pong nnd Dance— 

. — RobortB 

Walt!!— r-Il Bacclo 

Gavotte— -lift Ingenue 
S^reCtlonrrTMarltana -. 

Qtrar.tette— Klgoletto 

■yiy^altis-^Responsc 

March-ir-Palrest of the Fair. . 
God Sa%-e the Klni^ 



. IlOBSlhl' 

. Wagner 



supper. 



Overture — William Tell 

Grand Selecllonr^-Tannhauser. . 
a — O! Canada 
b — Vive La Canadlenne 
c — Maple Leaf Forever ' 

Ood Save the King 

For the special and private 
served in the ' apartments resej-ved -for 
the national premier, at the reception 
close, the concealed. Romano orchestra 
(also under the dixiec^'on of Mr. Tur- 
ner) -played' with exceeding^del'iieacy an 
IrriffpToachable programme of ilKiiter op- 
eratic and concert, music. This ■ little 
8\ipper reflect.ed especial credit upon the 
general caterer. Mr. J. Robinson, a irO ' lt 
■was In keeping with • t,he spirit of 



— •-- 



.Ardlttl 
•dlllT 
Wallace- 
. . . Verdt 
. Berger 
. . Sousa 



.The Band Concert 



Turner miis<t 
r-y are d' 
I erlnR5«- • 



iAed nppreelfitlon. find MP. 

d,-Ner . 

I'atterci.H. 111.- nui- 

. .'Ived Itif-'t '" 'I'l' 

inultlpllcd ' 

I atiKt'd fi'i 

1 leaping adniixi m 

aid lighter opcrn* 

formed with .■ 

the good judKi 

ndaptlng his forces to the coinjilmns i.<t 

t)i« hall Rnd to tbi» occasion a up'lendld 

pubUo reception to a great statesman, 



The while- the orchestra wltl>ln doors 
enng plaintively the rhythmic poems o f 
Vei-dl, Ardlttl • and Wallace, the pxcel- 
1 en t band of the JTlfth Regiment on the 
Improvised stand In front oi the Impos- 
ing ."Structure, dlwcoiirsed a more martial 
liro'grnmme for the delectation of a miSl-" 
jWiude of thousands, brought forth In the 
hope o? glimpsing tho famolis CTrst 
Citizen of Canada, while voicing supfr-s 
lallvo admiration of the magnificent 
Hipectacle , provided In the IVlumlnntlons 
an<rduly appreclatltig tl'io opportunity for 
a promenade upon the bright green 
lawn.*!— gre^n at least yesterday, green 
-mrd dandelion-less, 'altho.ugii this morh- 
hi.e: perchance will tell a different tale. 
'ftnd. cause the overworked gardeners to 
brtritlie tmutterable compllmentH ap pllc- 
to Hie entire Ifirprld of van- 



thoughtfulncsa aa well as of hearty and 
spontaneous ho.^pltallty displayed bV 
Premier McBrlde In air the complicated 
and elaborate arrangements that Instfiaii- 
of himself inviting a select few to lh\i8 
nfieet Upon closer terms of Intimacy thi? 
gtiest of the evening,, to the guest .him- 
self he gracefulh^ accorded this privil- 
ege. 

Tha Bapptr -Onests. 
"■Whom should you like to sup with, 
Sir Wilfrid," British Colufnbla's Premier 
ln«julr.ed with his winning smile. "I 
have left It to yOu to chooae the little 
party." 

Vfhjp 'happy little company wa.s ac- 
cordingly compoHftd of Sir W^llfrid 
and his paVty Including tho lion, Mr. 
and Mrs. Graham, Mr. F.F. Pardee, 
Mr. E. M. Macdonaia, Senator Gibsi'in, 
Mr. le Maire, Mr. and Mrs. H, G. Kob- 
inson, Lieu t.-G"ove^nQC_gnd Mrs. ^ Pat- 
:ersen~Kna~ipafjy7''H'oiH; Mr. and Mrs. 
McBrlde, Hon. Dr. and Mrs. Yoiing, 
Hon. W. J. and Mr s. Rowswr . -4^on- Mr. 
Cotton, Hon. Trice Ellison, Hon. and 
Mrs. ■ Baylor, Hon 
Templeraan, Senator an 
Speaker and ^rs. TBborts, Mr. ^ahd4- 
Mrs. Frank Pateraon (Vancouvor), Mr. 
Justice Oalllhcr, Senator Bostock, Mrs. 
W.J. ^nA Miss Macdonald,, and Mr. 
and Mrs. Jlarii., -Wright. ' 

TU* Frogramma. 

The .souvenir projjrammea of" the-flw- 
.aio arrange^ for, yostorday ev7-nln''g are 

TtbfimSfiJxeit works of art which clti- 
zens as well as vlaHorB, will treasure 
for their Inti^lnslc . beauty '. almost an 



-Kiiidiug -in il^-- bridge of, the 
! Mi(;,-iin cr Friiic esa Chai-lotte, the bright 
i sunshine ;bea'trng" down upon his keen 
bronzed features, a^flgure easily recog- 
nized, because -of its commanding dis- 
tinction, Sir Wilfrid iLaurter, Canada's 
Premier, viewed Victoria lor the first 
time in about ten -years yesterday af- 
ternoon. ' . „ 

With him were Hon. William Tem- 
ploman. Minister of Inland Revenue 
and T^tlnes; Hon. O. T. Graham, Minis- 
ter of lialhvays and Canals, Captain 
c.rifllths, of the steamer Princess Char- 
lotte. After glancing about the bar-.. 
bur front, wTifcTi was lined with a wffl- 
i oming-K-rowd rmmber4«g-at least 8,000 
I)eople, noting the tasty decorations 
which aided nature In making the 
city's approach trUly ideal, »ha- Prexpler .. 
I .smiled appfeclatlvely. Then he turned 
1 tn-his companions and, while the thou- 
i . uinl pas.iengers dtaemharked, cmploy- 
I Id tho minutes In aeekihg Information 
!.d' the different, bulldings^whlch con- 
i 1 rohTed"^3il3 Vision and marvelling at 
I the changes which a little leas than a 
' decade had wrought In the appearance 
;• Britleh Columbia's fair O-'apltal. 
The arrangements for the reception 
d" CanadH's first statesman were as 
crfftGt as the clrcum.stances permit- 
;.d. There was no hti.stle or bustle. 
Everything was done in comfortable 
land orderly fashion. A^tor the ex-r 
frTjptlonally l^rge number of travellers 
I had llled from the vessel," a committee 
i representing the , Voitcouvor Island 
I i^iberals boarded' and were introduced 
I to the visitor' by Hon. William Tem-ple- 
nun. This consisted of Mr. F. A. 
autlne, acting president of the Vlc- 
.rla Llbetal Association; Mr. M. B. 
/ackson, second vice-president; and 
.vl'essrs. Joshua KlnghMin, W. K. Hous- 
ton. A. B. McN't^lU, Hugh Kennedy, H. 
A. Munn, Dh Lewis Hall, and Col. Cur- 
rle, president of tlie .Young Liberal 
Club. ■ , ' ■ 

On leaving the ahlp Sir Wilfrid. 
Lauriet was erety;t!d at the head of the 
iainlinB b> IH-h Wu rahlp Mayor Morley, 
to Whom he was iiitrodiiced by Mr. 
Pauline. Ho then met " Aldermert 
Langley, Bishop and Sarglson. Thei^e 
formafitle.s completed. His Worfitrtp tlTtr 
MB,yOT. in- behalf of the city,, accorded 
him its freediKiv:iftt«feP50C'*'^<led to read 
a clyji:_Bddr('BH uf welcome. 

Just before this, th^re transpired ah" 
interesting and rather hiwnoroua Inci- 
dent.'* Sir Sviltrld had placed himself 
with his face to tho harbor and It hap- 
pened that the newspapei* an^^. other 
photographers were stationed On the 
r,oof of the warehouse to the rear.' 
Would vou object to turning this way, 
.-^Ir • Wilfrid?" queried the Mayor, . "it 
.vlll give the artlst.s their opportunity." 
The cynosure of all eyes smiled, 
courteously aCfjuleaed and - remarked 
with a laugh that It wa8"all In the 
game." . 

The addres.i then was. read. It fol- 
,lows: 

Civic Address 
To th*" -night Honorable Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier, G.t.'.M.G.. P.O.. D.C.L.. 
■ Prime MlnLiter. and Presldorit of the 
Privy Councif of Canada, 
sir:— This la- the first occa.flon on 
wh-lch we have had the honor of ex- 
tending a wcliome rttr^ the foremost 
citizen of this I><'rtvlnlOtt,-^ 
. 'Your labors ii.s a piibHc man cover 
the period of the whole life of the Do- 
minion of Canada and ■ antedate tho 
period when this province joined the 
Confederation .urid gave ((Canada a- 
united territory from the Atlantic to 
the Pacinc. 

For the pa.-Jt M years you have oc- 
cupied the proud position of Prhne 
Mlrii'ster 'oT tTiT.s gTJFai country rtnd 
your labors for iho development and 
the unllloation of every, part of the 
country, have not been unappre<:lated 
by both political friend and foe. 

W'e ala^ have to thank you for tho 




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J. R. COLLISTER "a°- - 



Suc^e»'or to J^hn Barnsley & Co. 

■MHUSaWMK 



' ogramm<\ very effectively 
fl-.e muslcliins under 
vas n« follows: 

. iDtr illnl Xl.iilll ' -- 



much aB for the memories -pr_iUafi_j{reat 
occasion with which lythey must-A*K»*— b(? 
asaoelftfed. Printed oiTThe most beautl: 
ful plate paiVer, the proRram,m«| .forms a, 
pretty ijOoklet contained 111 «llk-t1ed 
covehs of grey, the front displaying viiif 

c<rp«il of - Wrltlsb ColumhUi, ftnd the 



. yordS! •'!,... 

.^-T-*"^ Tleceptlon • 

By the -Premier and Executive Council 
of the Oovernm«?nt.,of British 
< 'oimilliii-i. 

T',.,,,l...,..,l I., ' 

. ., SS'ilfrl.r i... ■" I' 

I'rini,. Mi' 



fact that^ine of our own citizens has 
been called to inko up a most reapon- 
slblo post 111 your government. 

The unlllcatluii of this country by 
the Incnsa-slng of transportation fa- 
cllitijB9,'has ociuplod a large portion of 
vour time, and hs a result of these 
transpoj^tation fiu'i,lltle»r-l*l« city, the 
oWest citv on tho Pacific Coast, has 
received and- ia receiving from year 
to year a- large mr>a»ure_of. Increased 
prosperity afid wealth. 

Wit h one trann contlnBntal llrte In ac- 
tive operation, ullfi- two iifibfe Th We 
process of construction, we feel ths^t 
the province of HrltlBh t^oluinbia can- 
not but be benefitted and that the city 
Mr *Vnd-M*MU-^''\'lct"''*a> th^tiipitalof ?.he pKovUiie, 
iTid Mrs -Rlirr l>l«>ssed as tt LWvlth the most bpauti^ 
l"f„ '"^"; 2'it^; fMJ cllmato to ho .found. arty whi»r« Iti 
the Dominion sind with TOany natural 
n Ovt MitHKea , fan not fall to still more 
largely, Incrt^aac -In th« future, both 
in ppptJlatlon, In trado and In Import- 
ance ln4he cnuiisels of- the Dominion. 
On your Jounipy from here to Prlnco 
Rupert, vvhfch Ih alin6flt at the North- 
ern boundary of the provlntnr, you will 
Java an"'oin'P'"l°""'*^>' of seeing to somo 
pxteht, the- long length of our coast 
line at present unprotected, and we 
^arc glad to know that the old naval 
statlofi-iflit K.«qi"imalt i# once again to 
be occupied br the.'twar ishlps of the 
(?rown. ' Wo bo^jvethat your govem- 
rneht will be ablo to see'Jta Way clear 
to. put a .^'Mnde in Canada" label on 
enrh of theso ships, no that wh|le they 
will IWL dt!\''<;)ted tOM tha.i «) o i:^ ^ l j . 'A'...i , )X , j . l >o 
Kin.^,'%a<;h of them will oe a .'?tand- 
InK r«Vnlnder of the unity of th!l_Car' 
iiiKlIan; jitttiottr.^««^^Pft*"Jt,of our glorkms 
Kmpiro! ,. 'r. . 

We arc glad your visit to this city 
i.; made at the time when a rntvtter 

i.r \ efv Vlt.'il locril iiitri,.si'i {» t>n(?0 

;il';im lirlllf; r.ill.wir iilir de- 

i. .tiii.'uf 'ii' linli.ii' '• rof.'r 

et'llenicnl '"i ti 
■ii-r^11on. ■'• !ii.'li 



crowded.' We tru.st that the > ;loca,l j 
knowledge whieh you will gain during , 
voUrVlsIt here. Will lead to the prompt | 
aettlemenl V)f this fjuesLlon which la so 
Important to our growing ndyigatlon 
and commercial interests. 

In -conclu.slon wo regret that your 
nta,v wjll br- too short for you to visit 
the" many delightful points of interest 
which could be uliowri'tTT yfya, but we 
would express the hope that your vt.sit 
may be replete with pleasure and sat-. 
l*<fartlon to yourself and thalt you may 
cnrrv. tr. the riipllal of .the Dominion 
manV ptrasunt ' rfeollectlons of your 
visit to the capital of this province and 
that you will he spared to come baek 
again oil miri\ ii'';asion8 to beautiful 
Victoria. - ■ ' 

Signed on bf^hali: of the Munlc^ial 
councH and citlxcns of VlctorI.-\, nnd 
the -seal of the corppration ■ affixed 
hereto, at th? city •>( Victoria, this 17th 
day of August, 1910. hy, 

A. J, MORLEY,- Mayor. 
E. W. BRAPI.KV, Clerk of tli. Muni- 
cipal Council. 

The Reply- 
Sir Wilfrid replied- in ajuiei' ad- 
drCfSs. lie declared that he and the 
niembers- of hl.<t' party might, well wish 
t'o find worda which, _Wi>ii.ld^;iipi)rol>rl-^ 
ately express their appreciation of the 
morc'i^thaii kindly Avelcome tenden^d | 
thcin by iliii.cltiK.eni5- of Victoria. It! 
was particularly- gratifying - 1" flu.i 
such evlde!ice of cordial sentiment j 
ntiioMg a ijoopl'e naturally divided In' 
parrt; ijolitlcs; Hut he was plcitsed. 
to tiote that .air thefc considerations, I 
hMri h.'eri set Urtlde and tii.it h" atitll 



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Pocker^Kntvcr front 20c to ;- • • $2.25 

Razors, ?l-5o to__. . .■ ■ ■ • • • • • - • -$2.25 

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hm friends were being treated simply 
as -Caiiadian.H touring their .country. ■'- 

Premier .^IcIlride — anil he wfrhetl to 
hasten In his acknowledgment of the 
courtesy— hod taken the Vad. .This 
was' a- striking lliu.striitloh of the 
amenities, of pontics a.9 iindcfstoqd 'In 
the ''i radle of party i)ulltlc5> — the ()ld 
Lund. He wa.s sure that, he would 
caiT-y aw.Ty with him the pleasnnteist 
recollections of Vlctofla, "T'l. , Heauti- 
iul."^- • ■ '.■ 

'•I note," he. contlnuod. ■ t'nnt y^.u so 
tferm your city, and though I am 'only 
about To land. I-rany say that you-'may 
well so V«ilt It- I !«'>•< forward to my 
staS', short as U will be, In your eh'aifin- 
4*\g city.'" , ■ » 

Artistic Decorations' 

]f first • Impressions ,-eally couJit.J 
tho.^c ontfe FVitn.e Mltflster and ivhs 
Iiarty must have lipen favorable to n 
HUIxrlatlv*'' ■' (iegree/ The overhead 
landing >vhich ledds visitors to Vic- 
toria from the Inconihiij steaim 
heeti i-onvisrtcil into a ■ verltulil 



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tomyhlle: '.'Yep, yotii's la a charming 
city . Vou have just cAus^ to be proud." 
J'ractUally every flower in fiea.«ion lined 
Vhe walk.' There were dahllaS, phlox, 
carnations, hollyhocks," while the ef- 
fect was charmingly iSoftened hy a pro- 
fusion of palfnS. Directly overhead 
as the— SistlngidBhed- vl8ltor f)t<>pped 
iiahorc ^^•&n a beautiful rnnitl(; leaf dc- 
.slgn done In pink carnations with the 
name "Ijaurler" standing out-pron-vln- 
tintl.\'. " I-"i»r tTilH II.. < 'allow, the florl.'i: 
was^ dirccflv 1 1' ;iMin.sIbic, whili* for IliJ 
,'\|i)iiniii ia ! .of Mags and bnn-~ 

fhii- \\.^ ! lOTi, of th"^ '"'nn.'idian 

' ;ivcn 



C.P.R. ticket ofllcc windows, gallery, 
and r densely, packed BelJeviUe afreet 
and even-4tH» 7atflc.s Bay Cauet.nvay, 
there wiis a spontaneous cheer. Tl '■ 
hon'ored guest .icknowlrdKod the ir-.'.- 
hursi by. doPRiig hi- ' 

again. ThCn, .stepi)!/ . 
mobile, he,, with Hon'. Mr man. 

Him. Mr. firahatii anil . .'.vns 



■lifi-i 



.Keli'Ctlon-'-.Sttihl)orn Clmlon'llu. .How .ml 
Vulae do contort— Caajbo T«n*e — 

f-Ouny'l 



<,>ii iri'j liisi )r,?M'i" paso 'iiipcnra the 
arms of the I.)omlnlon, encircled by a 
woalh of maple leaves, wl;:. 



l.lui- . 

Kcrvi- occuiOi'iK ."- 
portion of the Hhoi 



Tt. 



a.l.!. I.\. Ii.i'l 
oTTmrtTni 



111 \',llll l.i.O 

: \-or ■ Morley 
watting au- 



\\ iv 'llfrld appeared In com- 

pany viiii -Vlayor '■-'•.- n f . :- IhC 
ceremony of thu i ns- 

■ •:^'-.'-.l vr/■'■.^■r^ vUrn t ;ii ' liiKcii thC^ 



In tlii> ' , 

o Boy b 

ro'iij) ■a•.^•aitl.'d hlsiar 
.; - . , - ,iA-*.-,< ■ I wife,! 



smart, coi 
ticing till'..., 
ing the hotel. 
walking dox5 1' ' 
nienting the lio\ .'< ' 
pearanic. Hi- 1 !: 
Breat_ iv»^Bure tl 

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inspection 

' i| COlllpI' 

tnelr sol'llei'I 
.-aid: "It is 

yo\i hei ■ ) 1 

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mytMiMimms»miXVs-*^xgM.^^ awium 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Thuraday, August 18, 1910 



s Rule 

This World 



Not>i;iusc]c, hut braips p;-ovcrninp^ mnsclc. 

The r|.uality of hrain can he rhant^cd by 
certain sele^ion of food. 

A food e.\|)6rl perfected a Itrain hiiiUHnj^' 

\ ■ ■ 

food by preparin^'Xerlain rk'nu'iil s in w lieat 
and bark')- in a wav' tl^al nain!"o wmild make 
use of. 'IMiai iood ii 



Grape -Nuts 



MEN SM FIRES 
TO 





Discovery Made l)V Forestrv 
Officials in Oregon— Heavy 
Rains End Danger in Sr/v- 
eral DisiricLs 



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In ii ihu I'uLa.ssiuni Phosphate, ^Idain- 
-cxi- froni-iiature's grains (not ^roni the .^i^iig 
"stnjp^ris retaineiji in mih ute particles. , T h k 
has ah a ffini t y fpr.'^Atbmnen. and. these tw^o, 
\with water, make the soft gray matter in the 
'brain and nerve centres. ' ',„___ 

' A.sohd fact you can demonstrate„by.the 
use of Grape-Nuts, 



In- Ten Days 



you ean-^ee the^ difference in yourself and 
know " 

"Thcre/s a Reason*' 



Canadian 'Trade supplied by Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., 

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The Man at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 

his third strike, 

but 



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MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL to light the FIRST STRIKE; "As sure as-the, dawn of 

'■ •tomorrow." 

Sixty vears of experience have brought Eddy's Matches to the 
ACME nf PERFECTIO'N.. The famous •'Silent,"..^ -,,- 

Also Eclily^ Paper Woodenware, Fibreware, Palls, Tubs and Wash- 
boards. ' /. • 

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I'r)KTLANrv, <)v'\, Aiic 17.--F..r<>s- 
i.r\ s.Tvice offi. I..; ■ ■:• ,wi..v. u m :i..\t' 

,.)l,,|;iln.-il .N i<lrii> . I h,' : -■■<■'. i'! il 'lisa.s- 

tl-'JUS I "1-. si lir. ^' :!l III iii!l li .-. ' -I lKl\'!i 

Ijlh'h sV't" hv II, -n wi'" l:i; ■ :-^' ■ ii^.l 
i'iii|;loy mciii -t.^ iiii' iiKiii'i'-- li '•■' '" " 
iirved tliat thitA lias becoiiic a coninn'n 
jiraotloe ill many dlatVi''''^ Wlulc ac- 
knovvledginB: that'they - .•yidencru, 
Ii,,. .>ri|.-i;iN Ticrc II'-. • I . I" ■iiupli- 

, ■ . - . \ . r . I \N !; .' mak- 

Mi;; -iU;, . ,u'i ^'.-il .^,:. i'. : 'i^ .. .i ■ 'isiil 

wlieii men who had r'uught ■ ■ i' ' 
apiieared ilibout inn'thi'r, -rc-eiM;' i .r- 
covered In the saiu'- l"<alii>. 

The usual \v;ii;.- hi-- I'l'i'u ii'in:. 
ents an hour i try service 

aWic has apiMH ' ihls season. 

the\lilKhe.st kiimvii i^. tMii!\- '.iir.-j 
Three^hundrtMl nun in- •mu 
the We^ern Forestry and Conaerv 
assoclatl 

; Heavy Hins fell eight hours over 
the firc-rav-d«ed Colvlire reservei_Jrj/ 
northeastern \Va.>«hinffton, and In tftat 
dlstrlet.' as vven\as UV sevtrra^-ottiers, 
-the danspr_l3_jm^§ed 

East of~j5ount 'T 
ho.wever, water is stiH being ha;tiled In 
wagons to flght the t^lne8. /In the 
Wallowa reserve 4,600 acx.es have been 
burned over. • 

Timber owners and consetwationlsts 
In ^)regori^ have begun a in^nement 
looking toward a state controlrtsd or 
ganlzatlon to prerent such 11 res. as 
those of this year. 





Is Distilled to Satisfy the Tastes of 
the Most Exactiii ?^ 




■■ imporTant^strike 

Fine Bi»dy -of Oroon„M other Lod«, in 

Sheep Creek Camp — Prospec- 

ti v e Salo of Nuggo t tVl i n e 

VANebUVBR,. Augi. 17.— The strike 
that has recently — b«en made at the 
Mother Lode mine In the Sheep creek 
dl.strtct Is one of the most Important 
strikes tliat has been n?ade in tills pro- 
vince for many years, said A. H.Gvacey 
this morning.- "A vein -lias been struck 
-w'hich is over^ five hundred vertical feet 
in eJctent. The ntfw strike Is owned by 
Jolm McMartin. of La Rose fame,--«n4 
the engineer is William Watson." , 

A conference is being held loda.V Ije- 
tween Mr. Graccy. Mr. George Well, of 
NVlson. one of. the principal owners^ of 
the Nugget min». and Mr. Ryder, private 
secretary to Mr. Robert Guggenheim. 
These gentlemeif will confer with regai-d 
to the proposed, and inuch-talked-of sal^ 
of the Xugget mine to the <5uggcnhelm 
company. The 'sale has been already 
annotinred as complete here^ but this Is 
a premature rjsiwrt, a«j^D«^|$4ation3 ore 
hot yet compftrted bef^iiflr the paroles 
interested. 



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Afraid to Face Future 
DENVER, Aug. 17. — Afraid ' to face 
the future painted by hCr invalid hus- 
band, with whom 'she was discussing 
the family finances, ATrs. Emma Fred- 
berg. In the midst of the conversation, 
seized a bottle of carbolic add, and 
swallowed its contents. She died In 
hospital. Fredberg ^yas discharged 
from a hospital, yesterday where he 
had undergone an operation. His ill- 
ness had l.(*ft hlni in straigritened elr- 
cumstances. . 



Actress and Peer's Son 
L,0ND9N.~ Aug. 17.— There is a 



possibility that another ibualcal com- 
edy actress, and quite one of the beat 
known, may marry a title; Indeed it 
was hinted the other day that the lady 

and the peer's son had been quietly 
marri«!d. The gentleman belongs to 
one of the best faml/lcs, and Jiis father 
has held very high ain miutm ents, 
even representing the British Crown 
abroad. His son, a ha.ndsome young 
soldier, is-^very- popular in society cir- 
cles; and IT" the' report of thei attach- 
ment bo true, he will hav0 a pretty, 
wife who knows how to wear ^ fine 
r obe and to walk as well as any jpain- 
pered debutante at. court. 



Fell From Third Story _^ 
ABERDEEN, Wash., A^ig.' 17.— 
John Erlckson, while calmly looking 
out of a window in the third story of 
tlie California house preparing te» re- 
j tlre,^ lost his AJflulUbrlum and feW to 
' tho tide mud of thi river. Fortunate- 
j ly the tide was out, and after fcrick- 
\ aon^was ab le to p ull himself out of 
his predicament and use hi? voice; he 
called for help and was rescued by a 
poll(iema^i. He escaped with only an 
injury to his right shoulder. 
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German Ships Go to England 

BERLIN.''^ August 17.— As a result 
of the tight between the Gorman .ship- 
builders and the.lr' employees, ' all th,o 
shipyards except the government 
worlds are now Idle, so far as .new con- 
struction is concerned. Shipowners In 
ever>' case are pending their, vessels to 
England for repairs. The hien de- 
mand an Increase of 10 peir cont. ih 
wages and a 55 hour week.' The ship- 
builders maintain that these demands 
are ft cloak tCT-poliUcai purposes, Tho 
number of men Idle is about 35,000. 



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years associated with John.^ Taylor ^"^ S'-m, of London", England,, and a confirmation of iVTfT Rush's report by Mn R. G. E. 
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WESCOTT'S 
BIG SALE 

NOW ON 



Come in for the Bigg^eSt 
l^ar.uains ever seen 
in Victoria 



E. E. Wescott 

Sole atr'-nt for McCall Patterns 
and Fashion Journal, 

649 Yates Stroot, . „ Tel. 26. 




Iriff and has two doiilil* ?ets of largo 
windows. The. whole suite; of ro'oins Is, 
finished In gt-pen tonen. 

lion. (ieorKO V, ("tViKhinwc, oc('ii|>1ch 
i room 320 on the aame Moor, adjolnlnj; 
' ihi' npartrnenta of the i)rpniier's .sim;- 
rctary. lion; Mr, Qrahanie.'H secretary 
oci'upleH room numb(>r H03 on the s;imi' 
floor, but farll^er down the corridor. 
> 'Mr, O. H. Pardoe has 'Mn\ uri the fourth 
K' floor, while .Mr. !VIol>onnl(l ha.s nunilior 
^ ' '104 on the Iloor above, awA Senator 
CJlhsou 1.S on the llr.-^i il-,, ,,i all, in 
roiini 110. 

Thus with thf- f\. ' ;,i !.,ii , I' 111,- two 
r ] last inontloned thi- r.H>;u.^; ...fth.' ..!'• 
* lleial party aro all i.lu.si' luKfi,lirr. l-'or 
t jthrir convenience IMana.m-r ,Iac;-s'tii, ,,:' 
■ ' the KniproHs, haH fnriil-;h(.'d them uiih 
.ik private dlningrooni. 

j DurlllR all >-i:Steril:i I i. .l.ilT ..f the 

■ Kniprf.s.s le>te! Ii:i \ < . . pi .>- 
parillK for I ln' rn > fl en.- ' : ; eni !(-r 

'and Ills ijartj-. '1'-' i - :. . •; !, Sir 

•Wilfrid o,ccupie.'^ li. . ■,.,, . ,. mit. 
! since the bee'lniiln^ fAL..Ul?. -AVec'Vt,^ hav- 

■ fng been specially, reserved for hlin 
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iii'isi hieiil position in the whole buUd- 
iii'-c. Tlu- room.s aro alt high . onoush 
II .1 to permit thenolfies* of th,-- Street 
e I lie bum , of fhf» lobby below to In- 
i.i!. r. witb r • Tliey huve plenty of 
.siiiiim! I I . w.hole day, > and 

iii'iii tiiat iitiKet lae ulr Is clear and 
absolutely free from dust. 



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Tiic Prinio Minister's Visit— -The Premier (, to the txtrcme Kigiit;. 
Proceeding to His Carriage .'. . . 



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ABANDONED IT 

For the Old Fashioned Coffee Was 
Killing 
"I ,il ■. .,\s drank coffee with the rest 
of the family, for It seemed as If there 
was nothios: for breakfast If. we did no^ 
have it on the table. 



IS 



ACCLAIMEO 

dY -THOUSANDS 



(Continued From 



Nine.) 



"I had been troubled for some time 
with my heart, which did riot feel 
rlg-ht. This trouble grew worse steadily. 

"Some times it would beat fast and 
at other times very slowly, so that. I 
would hardly be- able to do work for an 
hour or two after breakfast, and if 
■I walked up a hill It gave riie a ?evere 
pain. • , 

"I had no idea of what tiHe trouble 
was until a friend suggested that per- 
haps it might be caused b>' coffee 
drinking. I tried leaving off coffae and 
began tirinking Postum, The change 
came quickly. I am now glad to say 
that 1 am entirely well of the heart 
trouble and attribute the cure to leav- 
ing off coffee and the lise of Postum. 

'TST number of my friends have 
abandoned icoffee and have taken up 
with Postum, which they are . utflng 
Bteadlly. There are, gmwe~p??ople that 
make Postum, very weak and ta_ste- 
less, but if it is boiled long eiwug.h, 
according tO' directions, it is very de- 
licious leverage. .We have never used' 
any of the old fashioned coffee since 
Postum was first started In our house." 

Read the little bo'ok. "The Road -to 
Wellvllle," in pCkgs. Therms a Rea^h." 

Ever read the above letter. A new 
one appears from time to time. They 
are genuine, true, and full of human 
Interest. 

Canadian trade stipplied by Can- 
'ftdian ^Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.^ Wind- 
sor. Ontario. . ■ 



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day. When I return to the East 1 will 
tell the people what a splendid exam- 
ple you have set.'* -. . ' 

There were two ' other features to 
the arrival of the touring state.sman 
which aided in a rriarki»l degree to 
its effectiveness. The tir.st -was' the 
excellent series of musical selfsctlons 
rendered by 'the Fift h Re giment band, 
its programme culminating at the 
hotel with the inspiring notes of "This 
Maple Leaf." The other Iri mind waei 
the forethought of certain members of 
the Victoria Yacht Club, who had the, 
locals fleet, or that portion of jt \yhich 
was In the harbor, draped in bunting, 
qeverni of the local motor boat owners 
went a step further, steaming to the 
harbor mouth, meeting the stealhier 
Princess Charlotte, and escorting her 
to the dock. 

The Party 

Accompanying Sir AVilfrld, among 
others, "were: Hon! G. T. Graham, Minr 
Ister of Railways and Canals; E, M. 
Macdonald, member for Pictou. N.B.; 
F. F. Pardee, Llveral Whip and mem- 
ber for Lambton, Ont.; Senator Gib- 
son, of Hamilton, Oht.; Hon. William 
Templemafi, Minister- o^ Inland Rev- 
enue and Mines: Ralph Smith, mem- 
ber .for Nanaltno. Others who arrived 
^ the same vessel were: Hon. Pried 
Ellison and Miss Ellison, Mr. Charles 
Mcintosh, Mr. .Harry Lee, Mayor of 
New \Vestmln.ster;. . H. C Brewster, 
M.P.P. for Albcrrtl. ■ 

A large percentage of the members 
of the local legislature— have arrived 
during the past few d^ys, many af 
them cpmihg over on the Charlotte 
yesterday on purpose to attend tlje re- 
ception tendered last evening to the 
visiting statesman. — '■ - - : 

Among . other distinguished visitor^ 
who took advantage of the oppor-^ 
tunity to meet the Prime Minister 
of Canada were Norton Griffiths, M.P., 
and Mrs. Griffiths .of London, England; 
Arthur Coif ax, ■ M.P., and Mrs, Colfax. 



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of London, England: Harry E. Brit- 
ton, an English publisher and finan- 
cier; Lord Dunniore, a distinBuished 
soldier and a prominent mine oper- 
ator; .A_, J,_.Lftyiaw,..4. weiLknowp resi- 
dent of Spokane with large IBrltish 
Columbia interests, and J. D; Karrell,' 
representing Harriman'a Paclftc Coast 
lines, and _who has been known in the 
West for years as Identified with the 
railways of the Northwest, came here 
to Join With the provincial government 
in its reception to Sir Wilfrid Laurkr. 



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." Th« "♦ offlclaLLKftrty octJupy a\peclal 
suite of rooms at the Empress hotel. 
The majority of the rooms are oh the 
"fourth floor, and the prime minister's 
Own apartments aire in , the S.outh w-eat 
corner, with a view overlooking the 
harbor, the grouhds of the hotel, and 
the ParllanVent buildings. Frotn. the 
height of the situation of the jWkms 
It is pb.«;slble for the premier tn ob- 
tain an inspiring and uninterrupted 
view of the. whole: iimes Bay district 
of the city with, all of Victoria West, 
the. Straits of Juan, de Fuca and .the 
Olympics' in the distance. 

Sir Wllfi'id htis for ttis private use 
a special fritting room,',' besides his. 
■prlvaf e room, and ,R room for his' prl- 
5TiTT?"if?7tTrtary. The.r'ioms are three pi 
the largest, and ar©' the .best In the 
whole hostelry. ' 

Th». sitting room num>ber. 324 is . a 
large room.. In the centre has been 
placed a large mahogany table, and 
around the sides arc^ -green lefither 
couches, with large, easy chairs and 
writing table. The bedroom Is in the 
very south .west corner of the build - 



Accompanylnii'' Sir Wilfrid and his 
party on their extended tour is a party 
of upwards of a dozen of the fore- 
most newspapermen pf the Dominion 
— a bright, congenial company dis- 
tinctly rei'/resentatlve of the dignity 
as^well as the ability of the profession. 
'Fhe dean of the brigade in the veteran 
Mr. J. C. Walsh, of the Montreal Her- 
ald, his supporters and comrades oni tare, tiie inpre useful jon that account 
the loi)g and by no means holidaying " ----- ^ ^-•-- .^ : -. - .- 

outing, being Messrs. IL Hi W. Ander- 
.aan.. Toronto Globe; R S. Chevassu. 
Le Canada, Montneal; R. W. Patchin, 
New York IJerald (Canadian Bureau); 
B. B. Cooke, Toronto Star: T." W. 
King, Toronto Mall and Ep mire; F. Di 
Carman, Montrqrl Star; H. E. WUmot, 
Toronto World rTTC. Butler, Toronto 
Grip^ H. B. ;Gue8t. Toronto News;' 
Ulric Barthe.. Le VIgle. Quebec; H. D. 
Ross, Manitoba Free press; T. D. 
Fraser, Halifax Chronicle; P. M. Gra- 
ham', Brockville Recoiirder; Douglas 
Robertson, Toronto Telegram ; and W. 
F. Cromie, Reglna Leader. 

The newspapermen are being well 
looked after by the o^Fftcers of the 
British Columbia Parliamentary Pre.ss 
Qalleryi'who have placed special quar- 
ters at thiPlr disposal In the Buildings, 
and will do their utrnoat othet^w.lse to 
make their stay In the ^fbvlncial capi- 
tal as pleasant^as'lft is possible to 
.make It. - — - — 

The only regret cMpresed by the lo- 
cal new'spapermenls that time will 



A recent' and eloquent appreciation of 
CnnadE^'s veteran stdtestnan, Sir Wlllrlii 
I-aurier, from tie- i.cn nf tliat forceful 
natt-v-fi writer, .Mr Aielrew Macphall, In 

wertll\- lir reproducl.lnli en Ih e.eilen 

"I' ihi,^ reiurri visit of tie- ii:iieeinl I'r-- 
i.iiiT le this Wt-siein I'.ipituI lifter liiiuiy 
>-e;irs. -■ 

"..Sir Wllfria l.:nirie, w i i i . :, .Mi ■ .M.ie 
phall, ha.s werveil !,!.■. eeunli\ ie 1 1 .-- i-ei 
Hauiein.-< for llilri^ nlie years, lie en 
tered Uie lef.;lst;ii 1. 1 >■ . - 1' C^uebec on Ne 
veniber T, l^.l e^ ineinlM-r for Atha- 
..Uasca. In IS7I he u lis , elected, to the 
ImuKc of reiiitnuiiH Iroiu tlie .-^aiiu- dl,s- 
II let 'I'liie,. .\-ear.s- later, OcVuIm !■ --, !,SV7, 
lie entered the cabinet, with ii,e iiert- 
I'olU) of Inland revi^nuo. 'Ilie tciLowlnK 
day he pre.seiited himself I'oi le. election, 
aad on Oclotier 'XT, when the jiolls clOHod,' 
it watj found that ho had been defeated 
I . a majority of twonty-nlno votes. . .On 
.^"\ ember -S. he waH ri^turned from Que- 
bec Kawt. aiel liiiH 'represented that oon- 
stittiency 1 111 I Ilia (la>j ._. . '~^ , 

Oil September 17. 1878, the govern- 
ment was defeated by a majority of (58. 
On October 9, Mr. Mackenzie re.stgned 
of flee, and on April iS, 1880, Hti^e" retired 
from the leadersiilp of the Opposition. 
He was succeeded. by Mr Edward Blalte, 
and he In turn retired ^June 2, 18(87. Sir' 
.Wilfrid Lourler w^iis unanlmCaiBly 
chosen lender on June. 7, and his. occu- 
pied tliat place for 23 years. In 1896 the 
Liberals wer e retu rned ^o parliament liv 
the niajorlty and their leader became 
-prime minist-er, a, post which he still 
holdsr '" 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier was born- on No- 
vember 20, 1841, at St.^-LIn, In the coVmty 
of A.ssomptlon. His father was a land 
Hurvey.o^-. Hfs grundfatlier was a farni- 
•eFi. yet interested In mathematics and the 
'science of thoSe~Tiays. His mother was 
Marcelle Martineau. Her only child was 
■VV'llfrld, and «lie died when he was four 
years old. On May 13, 1868, he married 
Zoe Lafontalne, of Montreal. That a 
man is born and' Is married — these are 
two of the four ieventa of real Import- 
ance In his life. 

--— Kotable Servants 

The most notable servants of the 

Crown in the overseas Dominions are 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Mr. Louis Botha, 

and neither Wot English birth.- They 

In 
the first sp'eech which Sir Wilfrid ever 
d'feUvered In parliament he declared that, 
utider the British constitution we had 

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LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

<"Phone 77 .,_P. O. Box 363 



We can supply Just what you want tn lumber, 

Bteamed slash, grain fir and the latest la front 
flush doors they aro beautiful. 



oasn and doors, 
doors. Howard's 



COLONIST WANT ADS BRING RESULTS 



not permit a "full denionstra't ion of the 
pleasure sincerely felt at ' having !»o 
many good fellows and good -crafts- 
men to trafj>rnlze with. 



' ^oar complexion as well as your 
temper is rendered miserable -by n dis- 
ordered liver. By taking f^hamher- 
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablet.s you 
can improve both. Sold by all driig- 
glsts. • 



tfOBlmr 'Brand CkAp OSMttM ""^tWhen aT«»' 
»n», steel, iron and tinwM .. kiavoa «a4 
brksi, sod all kinds of cu<iliiiri> ^ . 



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ation. Foxtf vaults ci hiiilt. otlurs can Ix addcd'any where ahrl .slight altera'jLion-s cain.be made before the building is 
fini.'^hed, to suit teuaii'ci. 1 Jic Imililin^ i- cmi^ii; ' ' f the host materi«tis"is as" fireproof as It' is possihle-to make a build-- 
iiiij. and thr fiiii'-^h of it wil! he iiolhiiie. Imt ihc '1 '.. . Tlu: offfccs' arc airy, light, l.iavc immense windo\v space, some of 
ihrniiur-. , V i, ' ,1! lie to find more hcilthy offices-. They will be"~cleahcd regularly Hby 
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OIL! OIL! OIL! 



The Investment Clianee 



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Big Money 



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For the purpose of itfvmediate pushing of develop- 
ment work necessary to complete shipping facilities 
for the product of their already FLOWING OIL 
WELLS at Katalla, ^Alaska, the Amalgamated' De- 
velopment Co, has decided to offer, FOR A LIM- 
•ITED"PERIOD ONLY; A LIMITED NUMBER of 
the Company's shares at ONE DOLLAR each. 



TAKE THIS CTIANCE while it IS A CHANCE. 
Do not delay.-. : The wells are, flowing. rTh^ pipe 
line will be completed within thirty days. .-^ 



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Langford Street — /-room Cottage and" onC' lot, Co x 130. 
Pric,c,$3,50o. I^asy terms given' 

S.W. ,C»OV?;r. .Stanley and Grant Streets — 7-r()Oin hk'uK rr.i 
Dwvllin^- and ronicr Int. stnne fiiinidation. Pricr, $2,600 
' $l,oo(j cash, balance 1 and j vC'ars. ' 

Albany Street — 5--i-iMini liou^^c, with lariije rrcc|)tiMn liall. 
Willi llic llonsc, a i|nartcf<ic"rc m" L;ii'iind, ci >iinnandinL; 
nice ^ it \v. I'ricc, $3,200. ^g<.K) cash, balance at 7 per 
cent. 

Cedai Hill Road — 7-riii'ni lionse and cne Int. Trice $2,650 
$050 cash,' iraiance S_'5 I'cr month. 

One Lot, 50 x 123 — On Robertson street, Foul Bay, close to. 
car liiu ai;.! l)cach. Price $600. $100 cash, balance .$20 

ini'ijthly. 

2 Lots off Oak Bay Avenue — W'ilniot Place. I<ots arc high 
and dry, and only 150 yards from Oak Bay Avenue^ ^$7 50 
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Cambridge Street— One lot, 62 J^ x 104, fenced with post 
' and rails. $450 cash will handle this. IVice, $1,050. 

Montreal Street — < )ne lot, between Ontario and Michi,L;an, 
5()xi_'0. I'rice $1,000. ^ 

Farm" at Metchosin. B. C, nf Hn .-icres, iiududini.;- a nine-rooi^> 
dwelling. 50 acres of this is excellent S'lil, while baTjnTce 
is good fiastnre. iH acres under rul'.i\ a! u m. Oidy 15 
minutes fniui scIkhj], church and P. O., and but ii\e miles 
from C'olwcdd station. Price, on terms, $8,000. 

10 Acres at Gordon Head, with .1 mom d\\(diing. This is 

A 1 fruit land, and oidy 6 nnles from X'ictoria., Price, on 

: terms $4,200 

183 Acres at Sooke, to be sold at $10 per acre. Terms to 

suit purchaser. ■ . , - . 

160 Acres at Fulford Harbor, 5 miles from Sidney, partly 
Cciltivaied, with a log house on property. Price, on 
terms .......* ••«■.«•••••••••••••••«• tpx, 000 



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If You Are Looking for a 
Nice Home, Read This! 



POWDERLY AVP:NUE, 100 feet frontage by ) 20 feel ileep, and Cottage contain- 
in.L; paiJ'T, din'.ug room, kiichen, two bed rooms, bath^ pantry, toilet, in fact, all in6dern 
con\i.-nieii( eS. -_ ^_' ■ , ■ 

Large garden of thirty fruit trees in full bearing, numerous shrubs, flowers, '■ etc. 
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p. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Monep to Loath Frrt InsUWnce Written. Stores and Offices to Rent. 

PHONE 1076. 1130 BROAD STREET.-- / >. O. Box 428 



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on easy terms, will buy 
a "full sized lot close in 
and near a corner that 
was sold last week. 

This property""!* at 
present producing' $40 
per month, rent. 

Fort St. Corner, $15,060 

Xhis corner lot is of 
full si2:e, 60 x 120 feet, 
and can be purchased on , 
jiny reasonable terms. 

■ The p r ope rty is p r u - 
ducijig a— r enta l of $55. 
per month, and as a 
business site it is un- 
exc^^llegl,.. , 



$5,000 House Snap 

Thia property Is situated on one of the nlce«t streets !n the city. 
Cement Walks, cjurbs, boulevards, trees, sewers, gas, light, phone, etc. 

The house Itself is especially well built, the foundiFition alone hav- 
ing cost considerably over $600. The rooms are very large and esp«>ci- 
ally well laid out, front and back staircasea, sliding doors, dumb wait- 
ers from basement to upstairs; furnaces and everything modern. Fine 
lawn and large lot Vi block from cars, and within 13 minutes walk 
of city hall. Very reasonable terms. 

Fairfield Estate Cottage 

. $3,200 

This perfect snap (we do not hesitate to lise that term either) Is 
situated on the rfille circle, % block from-«ar, one block from Beacon 
JilU- park, and Is not more thana i2-mtnutes Walk from the post^ office. 

__The cottage Itself Is new, of 5 rooms, fine orchard, burtapped and 
panelled walls, In hall and dining room, built-in sldeboarde, full 
Blzed basement, stairway built In so that two or more rooms can be 
added if desired. Smaller houses In, this district are priced at $3,750. 
This positive snap can be purchased on easy terms for $3,200 for a 
short time only. , ' 



Covyan Avenue, corner 
lot ...... , r. . . . $500 

This lot is only one 
block from Oak Bay 
Avenue car liire. Size • 
62 X 102 feet., This cor- 
ner is of perfectly flat, 
smooth rock over nearly , 
the whole of its surface, 
but- it would require 
very little soil to work it > 
into' a" beautiful home 
site. \ 

Can be purchased on 
any, reasonable terms for 
$500. • . 

Cowichan, lot .... $250 

This l"t^ is aiftTr.!.t of full 
size and Is covered with 
small trees. Atf^llitery no 
rock and tinly two blocks 
from Oak Bay Avenue . 

This Is a good investment . 
for the buyer of sn^all pro-, 
pertles. Very^easy terms at 
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PEMBERTON & SON, 



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FOR AvFIVE-RdOMED COTTAGE NEAR PARLIAMENT 
BUILDINGS, containing gas, electric light, bath, hot and cold 
water. Lot is 60 x 120. For terms and particulars apply to 



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GRANT & LINEHAM 



P.O. Box 307 



633 YATES STREET 



Phone 664 



^ V. / LINE HAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 
HEADOFFic^sj LINEHAM & CO,. Jordan River. : 



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THE SEMI- 

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One Brief Incident of Many 
Mal<irig Up Day's Routine of 
Chief Guide at Government 

. Buildings . 



Canada," this with an air which It ap- 
parently would reduce the Question 
MaHc^o the pretence of understanding, 
if in fact con veying hO "^eam of. In- 
formation. 
But the lady !Ka.nte,<l to learn. 



"The Pre-meer! Was that what you TBrisFTC Moose;, Vancouver; Mlus H; 



said? ■ What's. a Pre-meer-for gobdness 
sake? Is it anything like a king? 
What^s he dof Where does he live? 
What maHes' him pre-rnoer or what d'y 
calllt? Say. Millie (this to the young 
lady attendant.) Ain't that interestln'?" 

The-Sergeant groaned, 

He ex plained apologetically after- 
wards that he .had Just at that moment 
happened to think of an old companion 
shot down In the' cruel war. * 

Then he renrvembered the call of duty 
and tried again. In eighteen terse and 
apposite sentences he tried his best to 
elutjldate the constitutional history of 
Canada— the delicate differences be- 



To Sergeant Nash's multlfarlows du- 
l\oa as Chief Guide and Expounder of 
tho beauties of British Columbia's ad- 
mired parliament buildings, has recently 
bet>n added the ciialr ml Lecturer on 
]{iltlsh Coiislllutlonal L*y( and ■ Prac 
llcea. I 

r.ever had a' morn ,strcnuou.>! tiny 
jpsterday, the pupils I metaphorically 
fitting at liiH I'pot— -for |it> la.mvich too 
' inoflest a man i<) perniift nuch horTULdiii. 
. •■'■•> ! ■ om lady oxcurslonistw — b<»lng vis- 
it. ,i ! rom Itio rfniote wilds of BpJUnf!;", 
■ liani aii'l HTKihornlsii, \V/1io . tlirongorl tlie 
bulldinfi;; in henia, or more palUoly 
1-vl'es. , :, . . t"' , ■ '■ 

< |iiippp(i to answer practlcnlly each and- 
<vory pos«iblA Idiotic auLSUuij invlteu 
by t]\,. ],ui]i]\uii:i i: irmal condi- 

tions. i.'M !'•■ \-' ''iii'Minir.s lt\ 

tllrl v\r»: 

buk;.'.- ; ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ :.■ • .icur- 

filonlets ninro (luestlnns tlifin e^•en Sol- 
omon roiild liavo answorpd without con- 
KulLInK counsel or obtaining a ruling 
rr twi) from Ills superior , court of ap-. 



V. W. Sutledge and wife, Llnd.«iay; Mr, 
and Mrs. W. B. Ham, fetockton, ICan.; J. 
S. Bronson, . A". E. Hammond. P. %>. 
Townaend, W. W. MUburn. Vancouver; 
J. W. Davis, Hazletort, B. C; Miss M; 
Holderi, MUss H. Holden. W. H. Moose, 



Watt, Saanlch; J. E. Wood, Sr, Seattle; 
,Ml8S Hetta Norrls, Oak Park, la.; Goo. 
N. Helger, Shanghai, China; E. S. Burke, 
Lob Angeles, Cal.; T>, W. Bailey, Mr. 
and Mrs. Marriott, Mrs. Vera Gray, Van- 
couver j J. Lt- Haycock, Kingston; a. 
Bishop, Vancouver; S. W. and Mrs. 
Dean, Toronto; Mrs. M. O. Knott; Ham- 
mond, Ind.; J. Prltchard and wife,, Win- 
nipeg; 'S. . Federfall, J. R. Molen, San 
Francisco; Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Held, 8. 
L.. Reed, Seattle. 

At the Bomlnlon— 

Mrs. Jesse F. Murphy, Seattle; D. J. 
McRao. Agajislz; L. J. Wright and wife. 



tween the Jurisdictions of the Federal Leamington, Ont.; S. J. Klrkpatrlck, 



and; Provlncln.1 authorities; — the vltalob- 
llgatln'ns and official diutles of the 
foremost statesmen of the -"country. 

ThPn, fts'an averiuc of escapa^.^pcfisent^d 

n""th«C~laW'- (i«R^it^y-h«r-'.^^ h« Pfllltfily »ug*f««tedr ^ 

d fi morn strcnuou.-, dny than ^?"l perhaps I bore you!" 

No chance. • , 

, "\Vhy'no," she beamed. "I Just luv 
Rrltl.sh history. I wish you's go an 
over that again. I U-ant to write It 
down." ' 

- But even a wheel will turn, and the 
Sergcaiit excused h^ln*.<?elf. Ho wanted 
td «how them the legislative chamber 
Mt»..^«p«MU*cuJRr.r.gK&pys'-— "^"--'-™^"^— -■ — 
And "of course he-was ready with .the. 
right answer when the next queBllon: 
ofitn«>----for ft was oiie Wflth "^TlliSh time 
hnd made him exceedingly well ac- 
(HUilnt. 1 ■ ' 

"Anil na.w_ could. jfoa please iihow us 
the House of Lords?" . ' 

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AT-mE CITY HOTELS 



living 1 
, ; ;..;,;, murmuii .; ;., 
rnasures were nofc-f-o-iveale,. rSfcr:^ 



the next quea- 
11 Inovltablo. 
"" >r th^n," th'- 



Jl wailioK 111 II ' •■'■'■■ 
tlon — knowing ' 

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"I'fir'y'rn l)Hil oC lii" lOdptlon 
Lanrhr, ma'am," he obligingly resp' 

fd. "Ho')? COm'.IUT •■ ^•'.•'■■'-'-1 •• TTVr; 

you ^now, "and 
to kIvo hlin, a 

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yor?", wiTo tlio i^'^' H'lo'^ iv'>' 
rapld-llro IntcrroK'itlon point. 

"Not "lawyer,' rnii'iun," tlio .Sere 



At the Drlard— • ' ■ — 

Albert C, Tabb, W,' Orms and wife,, 

^•■•" '" •' "' K'-oIls. Memphis; T. 

•(.-Medicine . Hat; 

1^., , 'i!f,jr,p_ j^ ■ 

i ■ I ■ • . I'd , Mr.s. 

l"":-ll" ! '. ■ , nri.-^.l i t<,^\<:, GUrdpIi; 

: '. I ..."BniTrttoni A. r,\ L'rnTii-H, 



^inswercd with uiiRliaknble com' 
••I,nurlfr, Sir Wilfrid Laurlfr" 

"And who or 

There was g 
mhrs question. . 

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And who on enrth'a lu" 
There was gcntiino nivHi !flpRt-lon In 



tlio I'rrmlfcr of 



Toronto, .M,.,s WVinrl. ^T^-- 

Ch!cag.o;_.0,.j. iiuch. ir^.' ,:• 

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^'. '■ :ii' . .- cattlo; .y. 
<. r i.i o.iK<', ;\. I-"., '.~\\^r'''^. Van- 
's H K; TivvUir. I,. I.. ;■.•,, Kng.\ 
' : Mh, aeuE<i4«; ('ar>i. \V'. .1. Mc- 
I I X'aneouver; MIhh ,\ i .i i j.iTitor,. 

'^riuKo, MIr;s Mflderd i 'm ppntci-, iMII- 
waukoe; .T. C*. Donnovan, Sldiioy; C:iia.s. 
Clark and wife. Plain field. N. J.; Cha.<4. 
l.rmp, W.C. Alltchrill, .Seattle; Maurlcu 
M do Coster, Paris; W. C, Kerr, Co- 
rg, Ont,; It. W, A. Harvey, Coburg; 
.'s. A. Morgan, Soattlo; ,Tohn H. Carter 
find w'Vfo, Miss t'airtor, Indianapolis; C. 
K. Weeks and wife. WoodvlUo, Ont.; Mr. 
and" Mrs. J, W. McDnnflld. Macl.'od. 
Alta.; Mrs. JairU's It on I, JVt rolln, Out ; 



Kingston; David Sanderson, Llstowel; 
A. E. Greer, Vancouver; C D. Davis, Se- 
attle; Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Oosnell, Mr. 
and Mrs. Jv-H. Ferguson, Mrs, A; Mo» 
hern, Blenheim, Ont.; E. Klmbersldo and 
wife, Vancouver; T. Bland and wife, To- 
ronto; Q. J. Booth, C. H. Clendehning, 
Vancouver; J. R. OlUesple and wife, 
R. H. Robinson and wife, W. O. Kearns 
and wife, OrangevUle; H. O. Living- 
stone, Hamilton; Q. W. MUler and wife. 
Calgary; S. Cal-r, Winnipeg; Miss E; A„ 
Guest. Melville, Sask.;; Frank k. Chest- 
nut, Seattle; ilrs. C' Cha;dsey, Mrs. Zink, 
■. Nam ,. .W «ai 

Hager. HagersvlUo; Mrs, C J. Flngland. 
Glasgow. Scotland: d. A. Harris, Dun- 
can ;/Jvi''r"Creenftn, Grand Forks; H; i>s 
Spoor and wife, Aug. Stsfack and wife, 
MlHs LIzIo ~ 
lln. Wis, 



Vancouver; C. H. Daneen and wife, Win- 
nipeg; f! W. Winter and wife, toronto; 
Miss Martha ' Marsh, Ml.ss Florence 
Marsh, Kalamazoo, Mich.; Mrs. J. Mac- 
klnnon, Pender Island; H. M. 'Manning, 
Whitby, Oiit.; Mra^. Burge.sft, Bomenos; 
S. , F. Workman. Winnipeg.; Trevof 
Kl'eene, Cowlcha.n'. 

At the Brunswick — 

W. Allen,, Prlnce,_IiJiIier.t; Howard G. 
Ruber, Jordan River; M. VX Brau, R. 
Lewan, Sidney; E. . Throihp — and wife. 
Miss Blanchard, Sboke; Cora Haydon, 
New York; F, Catherine Elhalfors,, May 
Moore, Seattle;. J. Jones arid wife, Leth- 
brldge, Alta.; Mr«. Mcljeod, Norwich, 
Ont.; R. E. Poultdn, Dayton, O.; S. J. 
Churchill, Vancouver; Vasco ' Lorend, 
Melbourne, Australia. ^_ 



ESCAPED CONVICTS 



Two Men With Bad Records in This 
Province Get Away. .From 

Camp at <Lyte« Wa»h, — 



TACO.MA, Aug. 17.— Large- posses 
are scourlnff the country In the vicin- 
ity of Goldendale, Klickitat county, 
for Patty Lewis and Will Fremvh, the 
tvfrd desperadoes who oacaped on Sat- 
urday from convict camp at 'Lyle, At 
a late hour yesterday they were . still 
at- large. 

H.arry Draper, deputy sheriff^ re- 
turned at H o'clock last' night Trom 



Goldendale vfXih his bloodhounds, 

tlnjtf the officers On tho trail which 
the convicts tdok after making their 
oscape. il>rai»er took =hl» 'h*Mtml-»--t«" 
Ijyle on Saturday night", arriving tlxsre 
Bio JDoyie, mIss L. Knu'de, Ber- on Sunday .afternoon, and at finCf^ 
.; Robt Gunn. t). M. L4rbean,^7,''^ 'iP ^^e scent, which was 24 hours 



roiinct officer. Canadians who were In 
South Africa cite the fact that h(J has 
commanded an Infantry brigade. Three 
years under General Smilh-Dorrlen at 
AlerHhot will be a guarantee that ho 
Is well up In practical work. He wlU 
.also be remembered as military gov- 
ernor of Johannesburg durlhg twelve 
months following' Its capture by Lord 
Robert's army, an appointment \yhich 
needed a strong man. Previous to tho 
^outh African war the -general had 
seen service in Burmah. . . 

"Aftet* occupying such important 
staff appointments as D. A; A. G., 
director of mllUary Intelligence and 
apslstant Inspertf^r-general Iti South 
Africa up to 190.'). General Mackenzie 
was on the British headquarters' staff 
until 1907, sin<o when, ho' ,has com- 
niunded the 4th and 6th Infantry bri- 
gades at Aldcrshot, which Is one of 
the best centres for training in prac- 
tical work that the British army pos- 
sesses." 



Fort Street Lot \ 

6o X J20,-Hcar corner of Quadra &nd Fort. Price for a few days I' 

$13,500 --. / 

Terms: One-third .cash, balance I and 2 years equal p4y- \\ 
mcnts, 7 per cent i|itcrest. 



Plea ded Mental Irres ponsibility. 

. 'Spokane, Aug. 17.— when the 
court convened at LIbby, Morit., th,ls 
morning to resume the trial of Mrs. 
Reese Prosaer for the mtlrder of her 
divorced husband, she and M. A. 
Shanahan were recalled for the State 
and testified that when M rs, Pr osser 
was arrested In LIbby she had $5,350 
In cash and some valuable diamonds 
and Je%velry. Before any wltneB8e« for 
the dcfenco were cnih^d, Attorney Long 



Winnipeg! Paul Flammer. Los Angeles; | "i'i-"'.^^« «!"»? t*:^*^*-''! tho ■ men across 

W. Jf. Kelster at,d wife, SeatUe:.Ji_a3alc,4l^.i!^P^^l^'^^^^ *« ^^^,.*=''"">-j; 

■nt-.-, v^-v. tj^-.i.„ A.,I>„ «,..tV»T«..f r^^^f^^T'^^'^^ ^^oldendale, when the trail 
tJew York; Bertha Avery, Butte, Mont, bocame cold. Fr om th is point Ihq 

posse look up the chase, scattering 
far and wide over the country. Tho 
men- -win probJibly be captured, for 
every road Is being closely' wfitc.hed. . 
, Tho state, officials say the men are 
knawJi— to.^j$©,;_:fleHperatt', - bo t h -' having 
long criminal recnrds In British Co 



Elizabeth P. Work, Altoona.. Pa.; J. W. 
McGeagh, Chicago; W. F. Selfort, W?.l- 
ter Ba rrow, Seattle; E. H. Knowles, To- 
ronto;~ A. E. Henty," Los Angeles; H. E. 
Johnson and wife,- New Westminster; F. 
feftteel. Walla Walla; J. O. Sharp^ Glas- 
gow; A, D. Wilson. Walla Walla; M. J. 
Morrl.ion, Vancouver. 

At tho Vlotorlo-r- 

O, Wt H rtwk^^^ny ^"E^^ e t>v efT ■ ■■Colo.; R. J. 
■T ;■ 1, ■!, J, s.' Cruse and wlfi-. 

:!i'--ii rind; wli;e. Miss -.J-'-H:! 
\\iiMi', Mm. A. .Tn!.n.4on, CalRary: "i 
L. M.' Thornnr. ,^^r<: .1. L. Hepbip 
A. llurkesH, KnnilrxipH; A, IF, 1 n>nni.'^-, 



lumbla;. 
years. T" 



been, pails for 
half-breed. Indian. 



NEW MILITARY .ADVISER 



ippolnttncnt of Gener'al Mackenzie Ap- 
r "cntly Result of General ■ 
French's Ropoff""" 



fence whlch'would be piade. Ho said 
the evidJenee—wouId show that during. 
i'44)A...ilJKa.-j:wi.r«-tl)«4-~t'h«k-Pi--i3«)0«ir'4t-'WeFe 
married Mrs. Prosser was always 
*madly Jn lov-e with her husband, but 
that ho treated her brutrtlly':and that. 
Vvhen thb murder was c'timrtiltted she 
was mentally Irrespon'Slhlo. 



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At tho Balmoral — 

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dln Mackienz:le to 

Lako as military 

I ry Cfiuncll is look- 

I fruits tif OeruTnl 

I r<Ki>rd to short- 

I'.ilitla .st;ilT and Qf- 



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.•rani/.atjc!:. 

Tlio Ottawa CltiZ' ■ 
■in Hclecting Brigai! 
kcnzie tho BrHlsh war uiii^ 
parently gone to some pali 



dltorlally; 
•ral Ma<'- 



iiowoi-d, I un exceptiotuilly v, tU-4uaiiiii..i 



. Seafneea Cannot Ba Cured— -: 

fey local AppllcatlonSI, as tlicy • i Cannot 
reaeh; the diseased portion of the ear. 
There Is only one way to ciirp deafness, 
and that Is by. constitutional remedies.; 
Deafness l.s caused by an Indainod^^n- 
dill(;>n of the tnucous lining- of the. 
Eustachian Tube. When this tube la 
Inriumed y^u have a rumbling sound "or° 
imperfect hearing, and .when It Is enllre- 
ly closed, Doafneas Is the result, and 
unless the Inflammation — e^m — t»e-«*t«lten-' 
out ilnd this tu.he restored .'to Us nor- 
mal condition, hearing will be destrpyed 
forever; nine cases ottf 0^ ten are caused 
Tiy Catarrh, which. Is nothing ,bat_aai_in; 
(lamed copdllion. of the muouus sur- 
facies. 'I . .■.,,, 

We wln'glVe One Hun(^red Dolljirs for 
any cale"6fT>efffTl«fra (caused by ca- 
tarrh) that 'cannot be cured by IIftll's«t 
(.'ntnVrh Cure. jSepd for clrc'i-.-- <■• : 

,,R,,«r..,..-CHiEJNEY .' 

■ Toledo, I ':.i .. 

' ■"'idW\lBy''tWMQilRlflt#, 75o. 

Take .Hall's K'amlly I'llls for cnn-stlpn- 
tion. 

Subscriho for THE COLONIST 



HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Biiilding, Broad St. 



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6 Roomed House, Tordnto Street, price ..." .$3,200 

2 Houses in Spring Ridge, for both' ■• • .$1600 

New 7 Roomed House, oft Ftaul Bay Road, Oak Bay, rent ..$22 

Suites of 3 Office Rooms, in Gox'erriment Street, vacant Sept. Ist. 

Rent per suite ....... .■. $40 

SOMP Ci'H'li T^ROPERTY AT • CADBORO BAY ' ' 



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W Two lots close to Oscar .\ [ 
"' , Street. Prke. on terms, 

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Lfieming & Dowswell : 

.1' 634 View/ St. 'Phono 2307 t' 

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t Comox. Vancouver Island j 



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Bonny Home 



New %-lttil« cfcpft'" 1 city 

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A NEW »?lVe-ROOMEU BUN- 
GALOW. 

Concrete t6v»S#flitm, basement, 
hfllth, waehhouse,- toilet exT9~ 
P(»ntry. ; — — ; 

For Quick Sale $2600 



Wescott & Letts 

M Yates street. 



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Boap Powder dusted in the bath, so/K-n* 
f^ water and 4(i»mle»ctd»' 4f 



Thur«day, AuB««t 18, 19t0 



^^CTORIA DAILY COLOMST 





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Seven-roomed rno.iiM-n tu.i ~-t:.rc\ -^luu-'.r.l Aw^-Wiuj; 
comparative! V new, newly graded .ip;r!;i MK\'.;ilk. 
Rooms include: \cstibule clnak rM.nn, Iciil, ,iiaVMi;:j, 
room, den, duiingroom. kite!;. mi, |,,i.!iiy .md >rulKr_\ 
down stair*^.' 'Pliree bedroon; ,. ■ :i cKalie> clo.-ii s, l;;iil!- 
room toilet and linen room up siairs; Himse was well 
built for .nvner and heated Avilh hot air, larg^-«pcii grate 
in drawing room, stone foundation, large ba:ienient wi'.Ii 
vtationary wash tubs, house - wejl v entilated and first-^ 
class plumbing throughout. ; • •, <; 

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Valuable Income Bearing Property 

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W'c liavc for sale the Prt)])iTty ^itnaicl on the cunicr i»f Fort A'anonver 
and Mcars Streets, havino- a fronta,u:c; oi Oo Icc.t, on Fort st.reety and rtnrvin,c^ 
thrnugii,.to..,Mears street. Dtirini;- tlie..--pas-t_~£W"-35aegtqf^^ on 

]"(.ri s-treet has been sold than in anyr other pairt of the city."' T^ort 'Street is 
ai i)resent, and, always vviU lj«# t|te main; thoroiighfafcyeat^log iroin the best 
residential parlrqf the town.' As 'soon -^ -the proposed. itnproveiUeifJtS' a,s to 
■widening andjighting are finished, the street will quicTcly beCOrne dhe'-ol the, 
main retail streets of Victoria. ~ — -— ■_ ■ ". • , ' ' 



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R. S. DAY & B. BOGGS 



Established 
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620 FORT STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 




SWINERTON & MUSGRAVE 

1206 Government Street Victoria 



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Five-roomed house and good barn (8 horses), also buggy shed. 

One-third cash. 

A first payment of $500 will handle— 
3 Lots 38 X 145, on Grant-Street.. Price $1650, or ' 
■ 4 Lots 40 X 170, on Shelbourrre Street. Price $1200. 



Lot %o X 160. "* Price $3800. 












Two Nice T.ots On Which 
To Build .\re: 



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Modern 1 1-Z Storey House " "^ 

'With full basement, Princess Avenue, near City Park^ For quick sale, only $2,950. Terms. 



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Fire Insuran.ee a Specialty. COLES & ODDY- ^^^ Insurance a Specialty. 



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REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGE.NTS 
' > 1205 Broad Street, Next to Colonist Office 



Telephone 6= 



I Lot 63 X i4oi on Chamberlain Street. Price $750. Terms 
I Lot 60 X 140, on Cowan Street. . Price $650. Terqis. 






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.."real ESTATE INSURANCE /■ ■ ■ 

Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets 



We have aome good arreaipe In 
small blocks, fur sale at Col - 
^ood, on very easy terms. 

- Several blocks of land on and 
near the new Mill Ba.y road. 

Also several business proper- 
tie* In the heart of Victoria, 



157 acres of good land. 260 friilt 
•treps bearing. Clos? to steam- 
boat landing. Small house, 'barn 
and stables. An ideal-spot. 









Phone 1518 



R. B. PliNNETT 

X!st«.t» Airazits, Stocks.' Insarsno*. 

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7 Imperial Unnk- I'liHiiiWrB. i ♦ 

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Linden 




434 ac re s, n e a r ehtyocpio t. — wfth--; -, — r 



WBtpr front of excellent sandy .. -. 

beach; price p^r acre..... ♦* "■ " 

Lot, Menzles St., near Sim- ,i n 

coe '. ' .$1900 • > - > 



!. a me. lot. Superior St.. 60x140^ 



Near Fort Street 



near government bjdgs. ; . .$9100 .k o 

Buslnre.s9 lot, 60x130, Kiqulmalt [[ ]'^ 

road, between Rock Bs.y ' and ,, ,, 

Point Ellis bridges, price. .$1800 •■ •• 

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i A'ery desirable modcrn-44euse, on lot 55 x 150 to a lane in rear. 

FOR OUICK SALE 

Owner will accept low price for this week only. Exclusive 
. listing— ask to see this property. 



E. WHITE 

— eei Broughton Street. 







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t 60x120 Business corner. !. $18,000 
■i 60x120 Revenue producing. 12,000 « 



Heistermaii Form an Co. 

Govcmmcnr St.— Phone 55 



BsquUnalt. 

^ A ' bus] in8.«t conjer l»|jt In a fine 

location, can't bo beat $850 

Kasy terms oh. all theso. 



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Pbona 1380. "F.'O.-'Box 45& 

'— Ssal Estiits Agent. 
704 VATES ST. 



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^ 60X120 Near Blanghftrj} St.. 20,000 ♦ ., HOLLYWOOD ADDITION— Car run; 
T; 60x120 Nearer Blanchard.. 31,000 <• " , ,., . ,, !,<.,.»„,. ki ,>.i, ^fTh„ wm, 

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F'lVE-ROailA-J^OD.EBK IdOySE andjjo<^ lot ^n South Turner street. 

\^ive min'ii'l^s \<*ilk from the post offlce. Price . . . . .^. * $3,500 

Jv.'ow rents for $25 per month, will accept tot as. first payment on 
same, batiuue at J25 per month and Interest. 

LOTrr-McPHERSON AVENOE, close to street cap Price;. 

BUSINESS PROPERTY, ,orhe?BTirdetteand^bugtas Streets 
BUSINESS PROPERTY, Huifib..l<it street, 0|>p Emprefis hotel ,^|22.506 
SIX-ROO M MOD ERN HOUSE ON DAVIE STREET, new, and mod- 
ern. Price, small"ca8h payment bal. hj' the month.. $3,150 

OAK BAY — Close to Oak Bay Beach, the swellest residential r>ortlon in ♦ 
the 'city. Lots on easy terms wHhIn one blo^k of the Oak Bay car 
line and riak Bay hotel. Prices, fronn JT.iO to $l,fi|On. Easy terms. 
RICHARDSON STREET — Beautffiil l.-<el lots In the, Douglas estate. 
Just below (Jnvernment house. T)i«-s lots are unsurpasised as a 
speculiitlnn, as the .fashionable portion of the city is growing 
- towards themt^we feel confident they will be worth 11, fiOO each In 
two years. Price J650, on easy terrns. Sewers past the lots. 

ins l^f"!, the door, level grassy olenr- 
ir Ray beach UheSe are the'Cheap- 
est buys In tlie city at *o50 each. Terms, WO cash and the balance 
a!t $15 per month. .' , 



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Xr» i675---Lot f)n ' Mhntro.^e 

"?"ifccT." 'Hiffh, sifjh'tly, facing' 

city.. Terms 

No. 1092 — Lot near Hillside, 

south exposure, level, good 

•soil , 

\o,' 9)-2— -Fine Corner, near Hill- 

.side._ j^ood soil, revel. •. Terfn?. . 

^'■'- 75^— '-^ Sight!}' Pair, on coi- 
ner Mont r(T>se and Black\v>-),.il. 
iacing: tlic city . . '. 

Xo. lifK)— .\ , Pair on Crahamc- 

Slteel:, - feA^f, ' go'od s'lil aii'l 

term^ ......... 



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Xo. 1 1 34— A Fine I'air 



on a, C'lr 



ner ,onc block from llilL^idc. 



$450- 

$550 

$600 

$1,100 

$1,350 

■$T7I3() 

$1,500 



McPiierson & I ullerton Bros. 

Phone 1888 618 Trounce Avenue 



THE GRIFEITH CO. 



REAI/r-Y .LXD TIM 1.1:1: 



Room. 11, Mahon Block. 



Insurance— Fire, Lifcan^d AcdidjSnt 



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Duncan 



Comprlslnier 2''Vi acres (i!3 cleart<l and about 15 underdratn<'(l.» .''Ex- 
cellent 7-roomed house, with modern cnnvenlfittceB. ,GteeJlliaua<::.,.hnrn«, 
stables cowhouses. Hay barn (with carrier, holds .3r» tons.) nirhard ♦ ;; 
■and small fruits. Good well and living spring, sufficient f«"" aH f*f^ t . .> 
poses of Irrigation. All land well fenced. Pfice. ^11,000 J 



A. W. JONES, Limited 



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608 FORT STREET. 



Beautiful Site 



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acrc> 1)1-1,11).,' part, .of the "High- 

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, y(;)u hurry. These .three buys ^ 
•are very cheap wKhout car Jlhe. 
.But' think of ^the big advance 
when the cars'* are runjilng, * 

aro. 1, Saiiaohton>-60 acres, one " 
mile, from 8a»nlchton hotel " 
rhiilnrosd runs through. 
$300 p4«r acre,' one-third — casli, 
balance ari'artg«d. 




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YOU Take your choice 

THE SAME'gfltCE 



$3500 



.. I Wo. a, iBiflasy-J«S.\and lo >ore,^„,[ 
^ " ,■ blocks, all Ajiidftr cultivation ,:ji 
and on main road. Price, f8SUJ ,' 




tlvatlon, wire jTenci 
from sthool, 
$300 p«ir 

GARDNER REAt^TiT CO. I * 
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Imi.t;. gra-^^ii: Lot with 60ft. frontage, on the ah>:vc. avenue, just 
feelow l*"airfield Road" All motlern conveniences, on street, 
asphalt rwadwjay, ccmcftt .><ide\v;alks and .«;treet car ;cIosc to: 
hand. \Vc can reeommcnd this as a croful l)iiy at $1450, on 
terms. 




'.XI 1<J CDrnei, f I ii!icivan..n. — i . m i ins .. from Vle^ 

1 1- ., I, # t«rlrt, g..'|ul land, 2h fruit tr##» 

til fiforxl -rev- ♦ « .,11 tr-n.-..,!. splotidid \vM"S^;hcniSi 



WILLIAM 

Real Estate, Loans. Insu'rane* 




60 X 120, ne.xt U) ciirner 
close in, wi 

cntie.. /riiis i.^ (lio host ♦ ^ 

buy in, the bhick. Cor- ♦ | 

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,„,.4~—\-. acre* . J5J1, ,.Salt....S.pj-i ng.Jla Land— 

riie, I:: a.TT-.<5 arw ' nl T under 
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li.irii l.ir •;. liMr-fifis, cow shod, ■_' ♦ 

(hitken hf^uncs,, Prhr . . i$3; 5 00 — *• 

The Salt Spring Island property 

"f.i.'i "''rps has H under. cul- 

tlyHtiuli,' .•,j(in fruit trees bear-' 

"itig. good hnus<» of 5 roomsr 

barn. ■ c.hlcken lioiisep, srvritlg, 

c ( f .; n ea r , «<- bw « 1 a nd «^i ar f . 

Price ..,,.-. . .. ., . , .13,500 ^ 

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T-i" dividing. ' $300 p«r . »cr«f r on 11 " , "J ^^ r ^ ^^^ ^ ^.u • « o 

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GILLESPIE & IJART 

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. Here are a few that still remain 

(.40) Amphion St., closetocjai:,. 530c 120 . $650 

(laSf) .Co-wan .Ave:; 50isr-t05.-.- .4:,-*.-. , . , '.$500 . ;; 

(163) eowichan St., 4 lots, 51 x 125 each. • Each $400 

(156) iot cl"s( iM ICsqiiihiiah cgir lii,ie ...... .^ . . . .- . .-. .$§3©==^"| 

Graham St., 50 x U2 . - . , , .v. . .... v. ^..^ .^T. ■ .. . : .Irbo 

i ,;uli and' ;ni\ of these sr>l«'^'<'^'^'''5lT*^^^tn^^^^^^^ 

li\cr<:ii on pa\ nii'Mt v.f a small cash'dcposit. 



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ROYAI. Rt AI I V COMPANY 

■Phone 2394 

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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

AJid 

Southern California 

Leaving Vlrtnrla hX S a. m.. ^"S^,,\!' ,^V 
jtftnier* QIEKN OH (TrY Ol- l^Lh-BLA 

THROUGH SERVICE 
I.«»vo Seattle in a. m., »ti-am«<r OOV- 
ERNOR OR F'RESIDF.NT, Auff. 1 »■ 26. 

For Southfasiorn Alaska. COTTAGE OITT 

or CITY OF SEATTLE U-ave* Seattle » P. 

m,, Aug. 13, 19, :;6, 31. „ .,, 

TICKET AND KRKIGHT OFFICE— IIU 

Wharf »trf(?t. Phone 4.. 

R. P. niTUET & CO., Ltd., Agcnta 

C. D. DUNAN N, Gen., Passenger Agent. 

lis Market St., Pan FrBnclico 
For further Information obtain folder. 



SEATTLE RnUTE 



S.S.-IRO0UOIS" 



I Brought Two- Distinguished 
Editors and Valuable Cargo 
of Silk for Chicago and New 
York 



On l!;e 
ria Route 
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Sua'. tl -i'oi't Townsemi-VIctO- 
wlthdrawn until further no-r 



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JAMCS UcARTHUK, Ag-ent. 

n. :■''■■ \. 824 Wharf Street 



Union S. S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service IJetwcan Vancouver and 



HAD EXTRAO'M'NARI'LY 

SMOOTH PASSAGE 



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Aithough This is Typhoon Sea- 
son 0J1 Japan Coast Ves- 
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calm; 



Point Grey.— ^Clear; 

thick Seaward; 30.17; 62. 

Cape Lazo. — Clar; N. 
30.1 &; til', sea smooth. 

Tatoosh,— Fog; E. 2 iiiilfs; 



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STEWART 

e favorite l)as.sen),-er e 

"Camosun 



Bteamer 
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L/eaves Vancouver every Wednes. 9 p.m. 
Ar. Prince Rupert every Krl. afternoon 
Arrives Stewart every S'atar.; afternoon 
l.eaves Stewart evjry tjaturday 6 p.m. 
l^caves Prlnc* liupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a.m. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
rtreet. Telephone 1164. 




We gelL.Uiur Milk, 
Cream, Butter , and 



Eggs from the fam- 
ous Cowichah Vallev. 



The GuaranteedTure 
MilK Supply Co., Ltd. 

612 Pandora Ave. 



— . Comple^tlflg one of tbo-most extraor- 
dinarv smooth passjiges of the-^ear, 
the Nippon Kalsha liner Inttba: Maru, 
Captain K. Kawara, reached the outer 
wharf yesterday at 1 o'clock from the 
Far East and Orient. Although this 
is the typhoon so^ison on the Japanese 
coast, and the liner was warned of the 
threatening typhoons, she encountered 
not a one. sailing the whole passage 
on smooth water and making on an 
average of three hundred miles in a 
day of 23 hours and 30 minutes— de- 
ducting the 30 minutes for, the loss, of 
time in the trip. 

The vessel had ftye firs t e a.bm poo - 
sengers for this port, five secoT?d cabin. 
25 Japanese and 41 Chinese, and about 
200 tons of general freight. After dis- 
charging same she proceeded to be- 
attle at 4 p. :i\. _ ^^. ^ 

In all the liner had about 3.00ft tons 
of freight, including a very valuable 
consignment of silk— 1.432 bales, which 
win be loaded for transcontinental 
shipment to Chicago and New York 
froQi Seattle. 

Editors Arrive. 
Two iJistingulshed passengers of the 
vessel were a Chinese -and Japanese 
editor. The former-^Mr. Man Fung 
Lung — formerly editor of a Hongkong 
paper and a British subject of that 
placS debarked here for Vancouver, 
where he will start a Chinese newspa- 
per on the platform of "Chinese Re- 
form." He left for his new residence 
in the Terminal .<Ity per the Charmer 
last night. •' ' ,, • ' 

The latter— Mr. M. Zum6to — fornrr- 
erlv editbr- In-chief of the Japan Times 
and lately of the llcrean pres-.. with 
Mr.«, Ziimoto arid son, passed through 
' nn the vessel for New York via Seattle. 
! where Mr. Jumoto conducts, in the 
I American metropolis, what Is known -*■ ^ 
j as the Oriental Information bt,ireau.^:<c~ 
I Here Mr. Zumoto collects all Oriental 
1 commercial liewsln an effort fo make 
^ closer relations between tho l-'nitJil 
' States and Japan ln^i»e-H;ommei-(.'al 
I world 



Triangle.— Foggy; N. W. 16;,, - 
29.(53; 48; spoke Inataa Maru 8 ; 
p. m., lat. 4i).19, long. 1 311.18. • 
eustbouiid, due Victoria Wed- ■ 
jieaday morning; River.slde. at ■ 
'.( p. m., northbound, at Storm 
inland. 

Pachonn.— Fog; S. E.; 29.54; 
light .swell; Hiioke Tees at Ren- ■ 
I'rcw. S.15 a. m.; westbound, 

Estcvan.-— Clear; calm; 20.52; 
01 J sea smooth. 

Prince Rupert, — Drizzling; 
calm; 29.49; 63; sea smooth; 
In. City of Seattle, 7.15 p, m. " ■ 

Ikcda. — Cloudy; calm; sea 
Bniuoth; ;K).30; 55. 
Noon 

Triangle— Foggy; S. 3 miles; 
30,20; 52; in, Tlvestoa. 3,15 a. 

-. Esteyan. — Cle^ar; calm; 30.09; ■ 
sea. smooth; spoke Quadra an- 
chored at Vargas Island. 10.30 
a. m. 

Prince Rupert. — Misty; caltn: 
29.50; 54; sea smoothf spoke 
Humboldt 6.30 a. ni.. south- _ 
bound, at Dl.xon Entrance, 
pased in at 10 a. m. 

Ikeda.— Clear; calrnr 30.28; • 
50; Amur out 12 p. mXT 

Triangle. — Fog; N. WV. 1" 
miles; 29.64; 52; spoke Prince 
George 11.30 a. m.. at Ivory 
Island, southbound. 

Pachena. — Foggj'; S. E.; 
30.29; 60; light swell; Tees ar- 
rived Carmanah 11.45 a. m. 

Point Grey.— Clear; N. W. 
wind; bar.i. ^b:OIT temp., 63; —' 
sea smooth; passed ht, Iroquois 
5.30 p. m.; spoke Empres of In- 
dia On way to Victoria, 6 p. m.; 
passed out. Prince Geo>ge 
p. m. 

Cape Lazo. — Clear; N. W. 
wind; bar.. 29.98; temp.. 67; 
sea smooth; spoke Humboldt, 
off Chetham Point, 3.35 p. m. 

Tatoosh.— Clear; N. W. wind; 
bar., . 29.95; temp.. 56; sea 
smooth; out. Queen,- 4.40 p. m. 

Pachena. — Clear; N. W. wind; 
bar., 39.95; temp., 67; sea 
smooth; Leebro at Shelter 
Bight, will leave eastbound to- 
night. 

Estevan.— Clear; N. W. wind; 
bar.,, 30.06; temp., 67;. sea 
;^._Q^ wadra ^ left n orth- 







Captain Kawara of Inaba Maru 
Finds a New Anchorage in 
the Straits of Juan De 
Fuca 



City, Or., In 1901. Her leaath Is 145 
feet, breadth 32 feet and draught 11 
f^et. She Is 392 gross and 227 net 
tons. She has triple expansion, en- 
gines, burns oil, and carries 400 tons 
under ihe decks. Her speed la 10 
knots par hour. She has been oper- 
ated in tho redwood trade by the 
Union Lumber Company, of San Fran- 
cisco, her owners. Rates will remain 
the same. 



Empress of India Out 

Tlie R, L>1. S, Empress of India left 
the outer wharf Iiik; night with a large 
lunubcr of passengers for the Far East, 
.'^lio left here at 7; 15 o'clock. 



Henriette Here 

The Gra,nd"Trunk freighter Henri- 
ette reached here yenterday, and svlll 
load a full cargo of freight for Prince 
Rupert, Stewart and v,'%j ports. She 
will probable clear for the north to- 
il a v. 



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I Speaking of the Korean question to 
, the Colonist, Mr. Zumoto said: "Ja- 
', pah's annexation of Korea is how a 
; question of time. Although through 
I the, Interior part of Kore in there Is 
i a little unrest. I think that the peo- 
pla win, in a few years, s^r where il;ey 
will be benefited by this step 

"Viscount Terauchl. the tiftwly' ap- 
pointed resident general commissiort- 
ed by Japan to Korea has i>)w taken 



.,up his position at Seoul and was ris 
'ceived very hospitably by the Emper- 
or of Korea. I don't think that the 
people of Korea entertain a very good" 
Impression of the Kocoan emperor's 
I rule and I think within a short time 
; they will come round to the new rules 
! of justice and regulations which are 
j being introduced by tlte Japanese gov-^ 
ernment, iSenerally speaking, however. 
I there has been no serious trouble with 
! the Koreans of late and It ts expected 
that with th^ good adrhlnistration 
that will be forthcoining. Japan and 
Korea will advance with considerable 
more rapidity." Mr.. Zumoto is a mas- 
\ ter of the English language, having 
be^n cohhccted with il (or i, -any yfears 
during his newspaper career. He 
maikes his hofne in New York city and 



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We're Advertising It 

We Leave the Rest to Your Own Good 

- Judgment 

go ACRES, ON THE E. & N. RAILWAY 
TRACK, start iiig loo feet from Koksilah* 
Rail\\a\- Station, and including partrruf" 
Kok.silah Ttnvn.sitc. The land has >4 
; mile frontage on tiie Railway Track, and is 
'.situated i'3<2 mite^^— south" of . DuncanJ^^. 
The soil is A t., and a snialijiort.in'n -q| thfi 
pro|-)r'i-tv lias been clea red^ . ' ^ ' 

-:.._: 1 ' K 1 (• i: .TrZ'-'- • • $12,000 

Tci'ii) - i.aii I'C arranged. ' . • . ■ 

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hi- rent I' I 
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I \ ntoria, all cleared, 
line (iweiiin.L; ni>ii-c, Lnue barn. etc. 
PRICE ...'. J?4,000 

"" — "Htfftv' terms can l)c .ii i ;i iiL^eil. 

A Large LIsl of Improved I arms on hand 
■rum jpi,500 u> $25,000. 



bound. 1 p. ,ni. 

Ikeda.— N. W. wind;- bar., 
30.00 temp.. 58; s*a smooth; . 
no shipping. 

Prince Rupert.— Clear; calm; 
bar., 29.34; temp., £7; sea 
smooth; in. Venture 1 p. —m.i 
in. Prince Rupert, 1.20 p. m. 

Triangle.— Overcast; N^ W. 
wind; bar., 39.95; temp., 56; 
sea smooth;, no shipping. 

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Unable to proceed up .sin't oi\lu(,' 
xm dense fog Tuemlay laK'hl. Cap- 
tain Kawara. of the Inaba Maru. was 
forced to discontinue his inward trlj)_ 
while off thc! mouth of Hit) Jordan, 
river,' and there he discovered a vei y 
excellent .iiiichorage po,-iltion for bl< 
vessels. This -wm. .110 doubt prove 
valuable information to deep-sea mari- 
ners, for this anchorage up to the pres- 
ent time has been unknown," 

The depth at this point, offshore of 
the mouth of the river. Is ?tbotU 17 
fathoms. Here t'aptaln Kawara held 
hia ship for nine hours owing to^he 
danger of proceeding through IheTieavy ./ German Shipyards Tied Up 

curtain of fog. Jordan river lies ^.^o^t^ '__JEasKL.lN, Aug. 17.— As a result 
mldG*innel of the strait. This. Cap- 
tain Kamara believes. Is one >0f the 
few and best places to proQeecl_ to, 
shou ld an y mariner be caught In -tnfe 
channel by a dense fog. ~ • 

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ACCOMIViODATIGN- 

IS—EXHAUSTED 

Grand Trunk Liner Prince George Will 

Sail With Full Complement of 

Passengers- Tonight 

: With the exception of two rooms not 
taken yi^sterday morning, and which 
will be taken by sailing time, the aci 
commo datlon a board the Grand Trunk 
Itner -Prince George sailing with Sir 
Wilfrid Laurler and party for Prince 
Rupert tonight are exhausted. 

The' Vancouver contingent of trip? 
pers sent down for 27 extra ticketw^ 
yesterday, which practically ^ fills the 
vessel to its limit. • " 



STEAMER TARTAR 

LOSES PROPELLER 

Sechelt .steamer Loses Driving Power 

While Off Scow Bay Last 

Monday Nisht 



has been visiting In Japan. 

Mr. K. Ishl, a well known local Japa- 
nese merchant returned on the vessel 
after spending: several months In Yo- 
kahama,. . on both a business and 
pleasure mission. Mr. A. M. Srnlth 
and Mr. O. F. Guest two world girdling 
travellers, of London 'England, also do-- 
barked here and proceeded to Vancou- 
ver last night. 

, The Victoria passengers were: Mrs. 
Tfe-Mltc h ell , M r . Win. Bo ycer-MrrAr-yyr 
Smith, Mr. O. Guest. Mr, K. Ishl, Mr. 
d. C, Mcintosh. Mr. J. McLeod, Mrs; S. 
Ogava, Mr. Man Lung Lung and Mrs. 
T, Isomura. ■ 

There were 34 first and second cabin 
passengers for Seattle, 40 Japanese 
and two Chinese. 

Order Cruisef." 
Word was brought by the vessel that 
the Chinese governnient has decided to 
order a crul.«ier f rom~Arnerlca oh the 
same conditions as the one- ordered 
from Maxim & Co. It is reportQ<J that 
Germany will accept the order for an- 
other cruiser. 

" Antaroito Explorers. 

It is reported that the would-be 
Antarctic explorers , the Chinese ex- 
pedition, have decided to borrow the 
Iwakl, an old warship ot 667 tons dis- 
placement, now moored at Saseho, 
from the Japanese naval department, 
as the sailing vessel which Lieutenant 
Shlrase Intended to nse . has been 
found defective, and an application has 
been f'nrwarded to the authorities to 
that effect; Funds are now being 
gathered to make a start In a few' 
weeks. , ■ ■ ' ■ ' ^ 

It Is rumored, says the Yordzu Choho 
that the Hank of Japan, which has 
lowered Its rate of Interest twice alnce 
the spring of this year on aCclount of 
great dullness In the money market, 
will ag.aln lower Its rate of Interest, 
owing to the amount of capital lying 
Idle rcadilng over Y.53,000,000, coupled 
with the forthcoming, redemption-.- of 
national loan bonds anfiouhting to 

Very successful, -lotpe.r.fment^ With, 
Japan's first military balioon have re- 
cently been held at N.asuno, Tochlgl. 
prefecture, when peneral Nogl was 
present. The first experiment was 
made when the balloon reached a 
helg,ht of 350 metres. The second one 
was made -when Lleutenaijt^lto reach- 
ed a hS'lght of wt metres, exchanging 
telephone messages with' those below 
arid taking photographs of the districts 
traversed during the flight. 

A Japanese Aviator.' 

Baron Shlfecno, who graduated from 
the TokyJV Musical academy has been 
devoting his time to the comrtniotlon 
of 'an airship. After many years' ex- 
ertions, he recently succeeded in con- 
structing an aeroplane with a single 
wing, and carried ■ out ah experiment 
in tlie compound of hls^resldence. As 



August 17. — The 
Bteamer Tartar, of the Sechelt Steam- 
ship Co., while *fboun4 fron^ Butte Inlet 
to Vancouvv..-lo»^t ^\er propeU^r off 
Scow Bay oti ^Monday night and lay 
disabled until .tb» tug Dauntless carhe 
upnntd threw her a tow line. She was 
brought in and towed to the North 
Vancouver ship yards for repairs. The 
Sechelt Steamship Company Is hav- 
ing a run of .bad lock. The Tartar has 
only been In commission a few weeks 
following repairs tnade necessary after 
she heeled and filled off Lund Wharf 
— Tviltlff"the steamer Sechelt is at North 
Vancouver completing repa,lrs (following 
her accident in, the Narrows a week or 

tWO^BL»»^._l. ' . ^ ' 

'ii 'm.iV.nY'^.'>» — :- . 



Century With Heavy C-argo 

Word was received yesterday tliat 
the Weir Unop Century left Sydney for 
Kan Franc Uco, and thlB"' and Puget 
Sound ports August 13, bring an ex- 
ceedingly large cargo including 2,950 
tons of coal, 2,140 coke, 170 tons of 
general merchandise and 100,000 feet 
of Australian hard Wood. 

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Close More Wireless Stations 

Claiming lack of, business, the ttrvtt--' 
od Wirele's.s Company yesterday 
closed lis station at Katalla, Alaska. 
They also closed the station at Cor- 
dova. C!tlzen.«i of both places will 
petition the- government to have the 
wireless stations reopened, as it cuts 
them off from the out.side world en- 
tirely. 



CANADIAN 



TMAxmn TMOM YAvcoxrvam. 

9:00 a. m-,.. Express for Winnipeg 
and Montreal. 

5 p. m Expreisa for St. raiTT 

T.'iO p. m.,. Express for Winnipeg 

and Mcntre^il. 

BTKAMBHXPI^ FROM VICTOaZA 
TO VASCOUVEB. 

.J.;15 p m. Dally except. Wednesday' 
11:45 p. m, !. i .'..,.. .Dally 

TO SEATTX.Z:. 

5. p, m ', , Dally 

TO ITAirAXMO. 

6 a. m I'Jv i-ry' Ttiesdny 

TO VmiOTSf AND OQMOX. 

'6:0(j a. m .Every 'i'm-sMiiy 



EXCURSION TO 
VANCOUVER 



m 



TO AZASKA. 

11 p^ m August 19 and 26 

.\nd every Prl day thereafter, 

'ito nittcji BirrBBT. 

II p. m AliguBt 1 9 and 2(5 

And every Friday thereafter. 

TO POBT BSBIWOTOXr, BXSSaTA 

BIVBB AND QXJSSN CHAB- 

X.OTTB I8X.AMPB. 

11 p. m. ,...,, Aug. 22, Sept. 5-19' 

X.OGIOZNO OABCPB AHO BZTEB8 
XNX.BT. 

1 L' Mldnlprht- Every Monday , 

TO CHINA AND JAPAN. 

ICmpi-e.ss of India August 17 

I':rnpr<?.sH of Japan Sept. T 

TO AtrSTBAZiZA AND NEW 
ZBAX.AND. 

Zeulaudia (new) ' .Sept. 

Marama October 7 

i-or the A'ancouver oxhUdllon tickets 
u-iii bo sold J2.70 return, koo.I going 
frmu AiiguHt 15th to August ISth; rt>- 
iiii-nini^T until. August 2lHt. ' 



tTNTIX, rUBTXEB NOTICE THEBE "WILI" BE NO BOAT TO VAN- 
COUVEB AT a:15 p. in., -WEDNESDAYS. 

For furtlier particulars apply m X. D. CHETBAM, 

PassejmiT .\Ki^nt, 



1102 Governm'-nt Street. 



•-trrrrrcity 



a result of 
the fight between the German ship 
builders and their employees.' all tho 
shipyards of Germany except tli^^ov- 
ernment works are now idle, so far as 
new construction Is concerned. 

Shipowners are in mtiiv cases send- 
ing their ships to England for repairs. 

The nitiu dem and an Increase of 10 j 
per cent. In wages and a 65-hour work | 
week. The shipbiillders maintain that 
thBBre-tlemunds are a cloak to political 
purposes. The number of men Idle la 
about 35,000. 



S.S. VADSO^ 

WILL SAIL FOR- 

Skeena, Prince Rupert and Stewart 



ON 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 18th 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 "VateB Street 



Phone 1925 



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B^ASEB ALL RE SULTS 

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Seattle .... ........ .... 3 4 

'Vancouver ......,., Q 3' 2 

Batteries: Joss'atid Hetnentvay; Jensen 
and .Sugden. 

n. H. K 

Spokane. ,• • • • ^ ^^ 'i 

Tacoma ........ 1 3 :; 

Batteries: Bonner and Shea; Schmutz I 
antl Byrns.- .- . ■ ^ ' | 

Clubs' Standing 
Won, 
..... 70 

.... 63 

60 

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Spokane . . 
Vancouver 
Tacpma . . 
Seattle, 



PRINCE GEORGE IS 
' . IN FRQIVl RUPERT 

G. T, P. Boat Reached .Here La«^ Night 
Mtom the North— Brought Gold 



Samples from Stewart 



With two sackA of gold-orek brought 
from Stewart as samples tp the Stew- 
krt Land Company, of thfs city, the 
steamer Prince .<':e'')rgo, of the G.T.p. 
steamship service, last night reached 
port after an uneventful passage lb 
the northern qltles of British Colupibla. 
Fifteen passengers left the vessel here 
and eleven more proceeded to Seattle 
on the vessel last night. ^ 

Among those landed here are: Mrs. 
J. H; Rousle, W. Wil.Mon. Rev. Price 
And wife, T. C. Wa.s«on, Geol Gra- 
hama, Miss Snelllng, Mrs. A. G. Sncl- 
llng. Dr; Watt, Dr. .Montezambert, 
Miss B. Bell. H. P. McLeod, A. D. Al- 
ger, Miss Ida Owen and Miss B. Owen. 

CHARLO TTE D ELAYEil 

Did Not Clear for Seattle Until 7:40> 

Last Evening — Had to Wait for 

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France and sent letters to, Messrs 
Latham and Blerlot. Having "received 
replies from the aviators In favc;ir of 
hl.T request, he has left Yokohama for 
France by the Atsiita Maru, Ife Is a 
son of the late Lloutenan,l-C.etieriil 
j Shlgeno. He-bee»-nie greatly Interested 
In aeronautics after vvltnessfng a bnJ- 
' I loon practice which he sttw when his 
4 ! father was tVic jiresident of the Im- 
♦ i perlal guards divlsfon. and since then 



he has devoted his time to the con- 
struction of an aeroplane. He la Quot- 
ed by pres.s correspondents as stating 
that he wniild try to attain his object 
by staking Ills life ainl the Whole of 
his fortuni*. " « 



Unable to handle all the passengers 
from the eastern train, tho Princess 
Charlotte' was forced to wait for the 
Charmer last evening bcfofe proceed- 
In* to Seattle.'' as that vessel brought 
many of the eastern passengers bountj 
for the States' and south. The Char- 
lotte leftshere for Selittlo at 7.40 p. m. 
Seventeen hundred vassengerft came 
on the Charlotte from Vancouver yes- 
terday with the Sir Wilfrid .Laurier 
party. This number Is almost the 
Charlotte^- limit, she being licensed 
to carry. 1,160; , , 

The st eamer Ironviol3_^ wlll a rrive 
from Seattle . today a nd~7eni rn. rellev- 
Ing the Charlotte to Seattle at 5 p. 
m. The Princ ess V ictorTa~TiaVlng had 
her lay-oVer""wTiTniall ar 2 p. m.. for 
Vancouver this afternoon. 



(First game) 

Philadelphia 

Cincinnati •■, . . ,. .. 

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PhUedclphla .'... 
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(First game) 
Brooklyn .... . . . 

Chicago 

(Sec ond-^ a mia) 
Chicago .... . . .-. 

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Via Vancouver 



CHARLOTTE ISLANDS. 



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S.S. PRINCE RUPERT • 3,5f]0Tons - S.S. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOUBLE -WEEKLY SAILINGS 

EVEBY MONDAY, 10 a. m. j EVEKY FRIDAY, 10 a. in. 

FOB SEATTLE AT MIDNIGHT 
EVERY SATURDAY j EVERY "WEDNESDAY 

BETtTBNINO' — Leave Seattle on Sundays and Tbursdays at Midnight. 
Note — .-:. .s. ]'riiic-e tJeorge will leave .Seattle for Victoria. Thursday. 
August 18th. at. 2 p. rn. Instead of midnight. Leave Victoria (for Prince' 
Rupert oniyl August IStli, about midnight instead of August 19th at 10 
a. m. 

IMERN.AllONAL DOUBLE-TR.ACK ROUTE 

Reaches All Points In 

Michigan, Ontario. Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New_York and South and East 
via Any Route^ , ^ ^ » 

Finest roadbed, modern and. luxurious trains. For Information as to 
fares etc.. also for folders and particiilars re Grand 't'runk Pacific points, 
apply' at temporary office, Q. T. P. dock. Wharf Street, rear of Post 
Office. Write or telephone: ^ , 

W.' E. DUPEROW. ' Telephone 2431. HAROLD BROWN. 

C. P. & T. A. Dock and Freight Agent G. T. P. S. S. 

General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines. 




Pittsburg . ., .. 2 

New York ........ 1 

Qtobs' Standing 

W'on. Lout. 
Chicago .... ..4... '67 34 

Pittsburg ;. . 61 4.0 

New York 60 -41 

Philadelphia ....... 50 52 

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1 



9 



Cinclnnair 
Brooklyn . 

St. Louis . 
Boston ."y: 



42 

39 



60 
64 

70 



Amsrloan 



Cleveland ••• ^ 

Philadelphia 2 



Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 



The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, ^re now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 
For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
rSoHyi-Lan^^Agent, Victoria^-or L.r-E.^AlllnT- 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



rwtrolt^^,:.. . . 
Washington 



Philadelphia 
Boston .... 
Detroit .-. . . 
New York . . 
Cleveland . . . 
Washington 
Chlo,ago .... 
St. Louis ■ . . 



Clubs' Standing 

Won, 

, . . 7 :i 

6S 

... fl'' 

4S 

. . ■ 17 

•11 

31 



Coast 



^nn -Franclseo 
Verrion' . . . -. . 



Oakland 
Portland 



Clubs' Standing 

VVpn. 

Portland .... fiS 

San Francisco .... 7 '2 

Oakland . 7.'! 

Vertjon • ''■' 

Los 'Angeles ...... 6S 

Sacr4imento .,..., , ' 48 



Lost. 

55 . 
64 
64 
65 
GO 
.81 



If 



P'c't. 
.663, 



Qussn Passes Out 
The Pacific Coast Steamship/Queen 
left for ' the Golden Gate yesterday 
from' British Columbia and Puget 
Sound ports. . 

;■ ■ • .^ , l .. ,» i. ; I I, S : ,. 

' ■ . \ 'At*rt Idng Ovtrdui • 

The schdonor Alert was , thirty- nine 
days out-froTrrf!an PodrB> fn ballast, for 
Bellingham yesterda.v. arid it is feared 
that the vessel has met with scjme ml«- 



• , , . , X J J ._ .11 hap. She 8houldi.have .made tho trip 
liu,was successful he ■ ntended to visit L^'^^y^ teen days and as-^et she has not 



reported. 



/, 



'/■ 



"Sound 



Nev7_Boat Due ort 
■ Hind Rolph it Co.,jrf Seattle; have 
announced that The sielimer Arctic, 
due to i)a8s in tomorro.w/ from- San 
Frnrielseo, will ho plnce(l o/n the Seiil- 
ti. • ' ri. enrrvAng freight 

(,i 1 the Mprning .Star. 

which h.'iii lieeu plaeod / on the .Srtn 
Juan lslan*l-Fuii — The vi^ssel has been 
chartered for sorr- 'it \a rf-\-''' 

ed. 

The - steamer -^.A relic in a stranger In 
Sound watWB, She was built at Bay 



VZCTOBZA STOCK EXCBIAirOXi. 



AV. 



(Furnished by 

HJock— 
Alberta "Canadian Oil... 
American* t'-an! Oil .. . 
Cnn. Knribwe st Oil . . . , 
PlaTtn/nd Vale C. and c. 
I n fs/nat tonal ' C--and C, . 

H'Miy- Collieries, , . . 

JJiVstern C. and C 

'B^ C. Pefm. Loan ' 

Dominion-Trust Co. ... 

Gt. West Permanent 

Pac. Whaling com. . . . . 
Pac. Whaling pT^d, ■ . . , . 
Ste%VBrt- Ijnnd ,.....; 

S. A. senp 

Bitter. Creek : 

Glacier Creek 

Main Reef , , 

0, .K, Fraction 

Portland Canal ....... 

^ilfeUand . Wondfit 



Htevcrison & Co ) 
Bid. Ashed. 



.08 
.13 

• 07 , 
.64 
. .".21^ 
l.-IO , 
128,00 
98,00 
122.00 
' 60,0't 
75,00 

630.00 . 

.18 ' 

;04 
. .33% 



Notice to Contractors and Buildei'S' 




PITS AT ROYAL BAY. ESQUIMALT 

Are prcparcil i' furnish Washed, Screened and .Graded Sand 



and Gravel of Every Description 
LoweM: :rPri,e^_Quoted for Quantities 



.r 



Pro. Box 762 



Victoria 




Stpwart M. and D. . . . . 

Nugget Gold 

Lasauetl • 

Lucky Calwmet 

Snowstorm 

Rambler r-Tthr-n .... 

Sales. 

Option ■ 
:n ,inys. 



3.26 

■■"■mr 

,-23 



126,00 



28.00 



.86 

.'31 >i 

4.00 

M 



.28 



Vancouver Stock Sales. 
Alberta Coal 1^^ : ' !■:.:■, at .02. 



500 rortland Cana 



Through tickets and thrcuRh bills of 
lading sre now issued from Pugst 
Sound, and British Columbia potta__ to 
AtUn, 'B. C, Dawson, Y. T. and Fain- 
banks, Alaska. Connections made at 
Skagway with our dally trains, at 
White Horse and Caribou with our 
river and lake steamers and at Dawson 
with steamers fbr points on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

: Fur further InformaHni apply. 
TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT W. P. (fc Y. R,. j 
4i)G Wlncli Buililing. Vancouvar. .B. C. 

500 v.wr,-,.,. .:,^1,l Mines at.lfll: ■"•!>" "> ' 
.;i:i; 't 81%; 500 

■ " ■ ' .. ..'-,,,,, u ..-..ues at .08'/i, 

merlcan H^nadlan Oil at ,i: 

I'. ■ ai ,14,. .. , ■ 1 

1 South African Scrip at »668. ' 



S,S, "Gollegeidow" 

Tveftve.9 the G. T. P'. whaff on 

Monday and Thursday 

at 7.3(P a. mi 
on Excursion to (3ulf IslcMs 
. arrlvln,g back ill' Victoria it 



Round Ti 



iM p. m. 



Round Trip 



Tuesday and Fr u) a. m. 

for Mayne . and Islands. 

Leaving Mnyne ' for Victoria 

WeilMe<<dn\- jiinl S;itiird;i\ »i ;. 7 



i-'rc'lg-ht acceiited. 







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T 



I iiui MUky, (Ml. gi ji. 



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VieiUHlA DAULi (JOLUJNISI 



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SUN FIRE 

The oldest Insurance Office In the world 

FOUNDBD A.D. 1710 Bl-CENTENABY 1010' _„ 

Home Office i London. England ~. -t, 

GaaadlaD BrAnch, Sua Buildtuii. Toronto. H. M. Blackburn. IVIan«|i*r. 



'fvntberton ti. i^ns, Victoria, Agents' 



ckl 



Labor in Trin»v«al 

ckk/ohia. Auk, I'i. -'>"'■' fifi.,,,vJi,',i;. 

latil l/«lve iii'inihs ur iikuc there liua 

iK'en H ciiritlmioiiH uiLuruXtMnont- In the 

iliTiiand tt>i' MUlllod labor in tin; Tran.s- 

j VHal. Till' liiilUliiiK trade i.s sits 

ia<ti\<', ami tlu> InsiuTtur ,i|' wliiU' 

.^.'w- i Ipliiir aiitU'ipiitcM lliut ln'tof<- liuiK It 

^, .Xnfrtv—ttf diffU'i+k • M Ciiid sulTli'leuL, 

vkllli'il uicti U> ■ iiu-ot reiiuirc'inonts. 

I 'I'lu'i-'- nia.\' I't'^H altortugt; in Hit; stone 
i ,',1: tting, hf iVlUViyvfti'KV ,~ r'SU'lTeTrrerlrif?, 
■ iilanU-rinK and iiaintlnK' trades, hut 



orly ill respect, "f ra*ll>- ' <i)nipp,icnt 
vMuUiiicn. Ill the englro.'Trnjf trades, 
'nie7hanictil ami eleetrienl, ineliidintf 
llie allied tradea, such aw I'itterfi. tnni- 
erK, Waeksmlths, cte., fiiiplnymenl has 
(if lati' Ijccn more eaxily ohtalncd. (In 
(he iitlier hand th<" In.spcetor eiursid- 
i-rH. that th'e posKlun dI' vnusliillcd 
whili' lalmrers ha.s been made worse, 
WWillK -trr the tiureasrd sujiplv of ool- 
cicd \\i>rl<eis. In the I'Ir.st ijuartor uT 
thifj v-ear nevcMi Trannvaal intmieliftili- 
ties HHnctlonod n»nv biLiJdJoucB --^iC a 
tulal estimated v.Hlue of ,1;:;,iJ0o,000., 




! TONE 10 





/^ 



^ 



Tradf^rs Show Littlo Disposi- 
tion to CornmH Themselves 
Heavily to' Either Side oi 
Market, 




Sale 






Today, Thursday 




""•^V'ill be one of^fTic most inipartant flays .init he history of tliis 

■ . • Great ■" 

UltSALE 

_Aa it iij.witlJ other -great public functions, the best is always kept till the last. And so it la 
with. us. We have kept our very-best ^bds for the closing days of our Great 

Fur Fire Sale ! 




A FE\\' MORE DAYS wiirwitness the closing scenes of an ctpportuhity in a lifetime to procure some'ttiiTiSr Ycally 
RICH AND R.XRK IN FUR GOODS. We have just fcompleted the hringing forward of the balance of our $50,000. o6 
STOCK OF^EVEGAN.T FUR GOODS, , " ■ ' , 

Coni^istmg in part of Coats, Stoles, Muffs, Featlicrs, Etc. 
Iiieludiiig $20,000 wortli of South Sea Seal Skins 

The equal of which for elegance and richness cannot be obtained elsewhere in America outside of New York City. Much of 
this stock having been damaged but very little by the fire which dcstroyed^ur premises, must all be sold just the same, rc- 
oardlesS of price. ■ Ladieg! Dori't miss this opportunity in a lifetime to se,cure the richest and rarest gifts of the Southern 
* ' Seas. You can buy them and 'have them made up by your own- furrier to suit your own tastes. 



TH 






EAT FUR FIRE SALE 



■AT THE- 



B.C, Fur Manufacturing Co's Store 



J 

^ 



:04 Ooverttjment street, Close ^o the P. O. 



W. LINDLEY, Sole .Proprietor 



Victoria, B.C. 



I,\ I' \\" Sl. 



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llU., I I ' ',- 
I :l ll;.>- I 
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Hit rr ci\'. 
i.|im:iI.1>- 




liili-.'i nil liii- ,si UlriK side, 'J'iic iiiixnu: • 

IkiW i\ •T, lines ll'il I'dllOW l;i' .I'l'. Ill'' 

and (lUicU dips ,i 

111 the inftin ra\ -^ . ' - • ' ■ , 

.4..U.'Juii' \\n,M lifrhtJJitllllTP'lteaeiitsCDijiEifctinir i 
j Ciiiiditlnii.s .siiKKext f|. .sealpin^, attluidi 
Wheat — / Open. HlKli, Low, ClOHe. 
1/01 »i 102 lot mi i.i 

/oTiU ior,;!i 101 li io4"'ii 

lIUU ■ llO'.i lOilW JOOi^B 

-('.:! (53^ — ^^'%. «-•% 
/ «0'/i- «l ,-, «»)% «i>H' 

20.7ol-20.R2 20.52/ 'iO.m^ 
+8rfi7 tS.,67 18.6s -IS'eT 

,11.80 11.82. 11.7s 11.77 
.lP.(io l(fc67 lO.^i lOM 



We Buy Agreements of Sale and 
Finance the Small Investor 



^(ii'i't. 



For Sirt»— .Mr, He-iur.s a t Ir.i.i iv.- li'ins. , 10,1 Iiavi 

n, I'l ire $4,700; |:ifi<) en.shi-balaiie-e. Iq'_.>'uIi, 
Oheai} IiOt»-.-'l''iiul Ma\- rnad. nne minute' from Will.iu.s <'ai, $450 

iiiK luiN In III ill r. 'II. (..inadra. street, near Tolinie. $450; i 



h liif I' '.\ I ..'II 



in ,l!liin 



I ill 



X<arir* ■election 'ii i''.ii>.-- .imi 1 

sa.ooo. 
Nice .Beaideiice, ei's. i" ■'■,.'. i!) '<•>•} I'-i't "i' 1 1., 

\a1i'd wrouiids. leniiis einirtl 2 . pai-ldm U-- . \ n ■ 

ia.«!i. li.-ililliee ariansed Hi '(i jier eenr 
OaJt Bay,/('.ii-in'r l.n l.iriiiK 'Mi^ I'n^ li"i'l .li.'l 

' 1 1 n ;. . 
Two Acres lii ii,-ii. I!,i\, w'i\- , '"S" -i $a,600 

FoiiUry Kanch witli I'liMiivn :■"' •'. ■ 

111. Ill . :u; SI, 750. 
Some Good Buyb i. ■' '!■'' ■ "i Wi^i'in. 

I ' ; , i -. 

Tort G-oorgro — W'.' !,,. . . \.T. ii' 

Iif'l :|<T' 

Three and oue-rinai-ter acre fn, \v;;ii '- 

I i;t|., I :,i . \ . "1 . K'ni'l hi, , nil. 

.See UB l.'i I , ■' r I i !ii:l : I :ilnl i 11^1. 1. |.'"i"r 

We Want ,1 i-lii-.r,. iiii -ill.-- ■ ill!. ;i .■-iii.ill i ,, . i, 

r.< nil ii 11 -,' \Or' 1 !■ "u I ' :■ i ijainl. 
W' I'.i ' . .1.- I' I" .1 ' ':.: ■, 



>inl ihil., H 



I r 



1 I nin 



'ill: 



1 ;i.-,in »\ $8,350; ?l,Lniii 
.1 S2,&00; .111 eX'"ll.-nl 

I .111 1 \\ .1 nilriiitr'."* 

"II ,.l;.l ,■:.. ,'.-.'■', A,r- 

.1 1 1 .. 1 , 1 v^ .| ^ i 1 . $ ] ', 

'. 'ii,i"i i,''N\ 'i- ' , .'■, In 
■ ! ;.i \ .T ml a . ii.M(.i 



Bevan, Gore & Eliot Ld. 



1122 Government Street 



Phones 2470 and 2471 






te M Ba s i3B»aua B i%B i «iggB««^^ 




aricopa Oil Company^f Los 




71i.,4fi 11. 4T -HfrW— H^i«7; 
. 9.72 TOMTIT- 9. er »i^5 



NEW YORK STOCKS. 



r I 



(Kurnishpu by J''. W. Ktevfinson~S~''r'i' 
^NKW YOIIK. Auk. 17. — .\Uho:ugli liie 
aiarkei cllap^ay- ecl cunt ddorablfi lrreKUlar-4- 
ily during; the first two hour.<<, the un- 
dertone at no time was. decidedly weak 
and it wao, noted oij. llie I'ecess.lwns that 
.stoelts" were beiiiK 'well ol)siufl)ed; It 
still seems to be the intention of large 
market inierests to keep prices flrni and 
HdvaiiCH 8ame gradtially In art' i»nd-e«-v«r 
to attraet outside .interests. .Their suc- 
ees.s in, that respect will probably dic- 
tate the^ future eour.s«>-.of the l(st. Ad- 
verse. ,new$ Is not reeervlns: much 91- 
tont.ion at.thlH t'me anrt-^d'\;antae:e Is 
lieinsf taken of anything favorable which 
irunsv)lroa and prices 'are ^jlvaiiced a,c- 
ei^dingly. ■\' 



Clnalns 



Stni'U - 

AUis-Chalmcrs 
.^maL Copper 
Am.. Car ,Fd.\., 
Am. Col, Oil , 
.\mei . le.. . . . 
.\iner. I.nco.- . 
'.\nier. .'^meit. . 
\\mer. .Sugar . 

• .•Vnier. Tel. 
Atner. Woolen 
Au't»eonda' . , , . 

J AtcJlljfOH . - .'. 

I B. and Q. 

I dtf pfd 

' B. H. T. - 

^-Ct'C. C. apd 

(". P. n. ... , 

C, and O 

M'. and A. . . . 



HIiCli. I,.ow. 

>iS Hf. •% 

,'.(i>',. ■ .,i:) 1.. 



7'l'4 

i:;i 
i:ii> 

41 

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|n\ 1 . 



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t". and O. W . . 

<". and ^?>, \v, , 
t". Ml and-isL 1'. 
Cent. l.eHtln i 
I ' V n nd 1 , . , . 
' -'..iilhern 

Un I.s pfd . 
Con. Gas 
''orri Prodiietw 
l>. and K *'■ 
Erie 

do 1h pfd . 
• Jen. Kiee. 

< It. . Nor^ lire , , .: . T. 7 

lit. Nor. pfd lj;\ 

lilino'i M < ,'ont — m^V g 



umi i::i;'vi, 



V2 U 



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COLD STORAGE 

. I, COLO STORIIGE 8 ICEf. 

--" Victoria, B. C. '^ ^ 

-Goods- recetvcd^aril1t~!i6trfs. Expert attention 
^~" . given. Consignments solicited 



Telcphonej2282 



R O. Box 875. 



Phona 2456 P.O. Box 793 

If you have any shares In 

" Pacific Whalin^^ 
Great West Permanent Loan 

You ,'Wish to sidl, let me give ." 
a bid ' for ' tliecn. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

,Roor(i 16, Mahon Block 



Phono 2338. 1122 Govt. St. 

Cldham & Matterson 

BROKERS 



Now I.-! the time to buy 

SOOKE QIL 
SHARES 

Call on us for particulars - 
Office to XiOt. 




STEWART ! 

Actions speak louder than words. Stewart has t 
now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES 
are steadily advancing, as the deveilopment of the 
country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- 
airt City are a splendid investment. 



STEWART LAND CO.,..LTJ3., 
Offices 9, ip, rr Board of Trade Building,, 



Victoria, 



♦ 
■* 



Uiider' Canadian 
- , Gantrcl 



Angeles, 




Under Canadian 
Control 



Capita!, $1900,000 



Study the following prices of oil stocks and see 
,\vhat this Company's prospects aire. 



3^. in the very 

l'lii\s ing wells 



Lvicile ..... 
Saucr Pough 
Sterling . . . . 
Caril)ciii,,. . . .' 



Issue Price. Presetit Price. Dividends. 

$ .15 -$15.00 TO"fo monthly 

;^.oo. 
4.o6^ 
15-^5 .;.-. 



.10 
•15 



10% monthFy 
25% quarterly 
2$% monthly.,^, 



San Francisco and 

.MeKittrick-^io 

' ' shares .....;.. ; 

Eeerless ....... 



28.50 ^o'yc monthly 
7.00 6e per niidnth 



R'ffcst of these companies- pay special bonuses in 
adt,;lition. - " . •,'_ ^— --- 

"iSMdehda^n Listed Stocks for May • 
* $1,3^6,626 

Total Dividends to Date, 
^ - $31,2S4jdp:2. 



riiis Cojnpany owii.s a lease of (jo acre s in section 32, i 
iic;irt of the-Mai=ict)pa Siiiisct Fields surrounded by gushers 
for a royalty of 1-7 of. the oil produced.' ■ . ,. 

The Lake View Giishcr, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,000,000 i'l 
Oil during 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 barrels per day. 

The Obispo, ,w it hiji ]4 mile of our property, brought in a 10.000 barrel 
Well on 5ih June at 1,800 feet. 

The. Midway Jv'orthcrn, within 3(Xj yards oi this Company's property, 
brought in a similar Well on July 4th last, at a depth of i,«j20 fccvt. - 

. (Copyright Telegram Received) 

T-.i ,\. T,' l-'ramp.ton. Victoria, .B.C.- ■ ' , .\ii;.;ii.^t i3ih, 

iirilling tiUavoidablv delavcd now proccctUng \crv rapidU. \Vn,L 
BE DOW.V 300 FEET'.TtjDAV; sure to be in oil jckxi fort. i-oHiap^ Icv>„ 

Conditions could not be better or outlook brighter. 
' . ■ ■ I 

(Copy Telegram I^eceived August- ! 5th; — _ 

DOWN Hdl'R lUNDRKD FEET TODAY. FormatiM,, from 'n.iw 
on will fedue4 speed, but rapid work- ass\ircd. 

Contractors expect to reach oil in Qo days. • " 
One Well Producing iVoo^Baf^^^ 

to the Company 



Unsolicited Testimonial— Extract from Letter Received August i6th 
~^~~~~ I visited your property a few^ days ago, and foiind Air. l S <".. Todd.i-i 
charge, and opcTating one of (he best c(piipmcnts I ever saw ni ;iiiy oil field. 
Vou'^catrnot help getting a j^ui^hcr on that ground, jiid the people wlm 
bough tJVf aricopa OiFarc in great luck. Yours'very truly. ' 

, ' M;Signed),C. 1 1. TREAT, Secretary, Midway \ icw Oil Co. 

Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill/ 

Over 2S6i00oSh?ire.s hi v(!k on ^kT privately in PH^ . - .. — 

Shares of $1 Fulh f^aid and Non=AssessaWe, wm&m^Wc 

^ ' ' ^ ' -,- ^' _ ' ;^, • ., ' .,..'■•. . • , ./ ■■' ,.. 

If there is an\ -iii"k loft for salcuhen tiir <lril! reaches locjo feel. . the pnec will, be advanced to 50c per ^harc Oil will be 
rcarlirrl ;it i'8no ^c'c\ [<. jooo foot". Pri-ee then ^uhjert in (jiiolalionOh theOi'l E.vchange. Today you buy dollar bilKs- for 25c. 

I Will Pay 5c per Share Cash. for an Optica to Repurchase These ShaTCs--An^'^=^HRft7^^ Six Months at $1.00 per,,Share 



,,lnier,-Met 

i Iowa <;"ii I , . . 

j I., and N, 

J Maeka'y 

' M/'Xicaii (Vnr 

I .M*. K, and T , 

' Ml,«l^•olll■i I'lir . 
.\ai. L.€.id 
.V. v. Cent, 
.\. Y. t>. .Ttid \\ 
.\. and W, 

.\i)Hhrii) I'a(i . 

I'a.fiflc *'ija.'-i , 
I'HCiflc Mull 
HftinMyl, i;\ 
Propli'.s ISrn . . 
l''r'H,«i"d .^ t'^i'l ' . 
.tl»»iidni»; . , , 
I;i;;li .'-Jtpi-i 
I'l.i •i.f.l 

'■ ', l<i:il"i 
|.!-Ii 

.Siiuihrrn I'm, , 

'l''rini, CoiVp. I 

Wi xh» I'm Iti' 
Third A\. 
I'll Ion I'; ' 

r .«; .--(I'. I , . 

^.1.. i.CI 

I li]h t'l.pi. 1 
Vir>;ln'ia i.'iii m 

Wabaali' 

do pi. I . . . 
Wp,«it, rniiin ■ 
WrslinKlioii^ii » 
WiKconuin Cit'ii 
— Mrmm~ -tnt r:»1 ! 
- T'ttal f>»\ 



\: 



Mortgages for Sale ! 



I ! ,", ' .. 



^^^' still have soiivc fir-t rla-^-, iiii)n,L;aj.C^s to di.'S^ 
|K,),<c Ml". OiLc of $45,000 I'lr live }c;irs at seven per 
-^etil \vc cspcciall}' rccnmriu-nd a^ (••mt.ainjni:: all the 
'clomcnt.s of q:()()(l ^licciir.it}-. l'.,ii i+eniars can be ob- 
tained tmiii ' ' , 



The DOMIMON TRUST CO., LD. 

Temporary Office looi Langley Street 



wwwwi wrrMWVXwrnnt w 



1 U 



I 1 'i *i 



Kill 



Tnr 



fi:'. I, Hill -siiarps. 



A SNAP! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT , . 

Tlii.« pii>iicrtv ua> l)eing held at .$i .40(1 per acre. Now of- 
_. ■ , fered for a rpiick sale at 

$ 1 1 00 - PER ACRE=-$ U 00 



N.B. MAYSMilli Comp any. L id. 



Phone tr.fio 



Mahon 'Bdlldlnr 





l^linin^ Stocks 



ABK US FOB FBICES 
, Buy or Sttle 

Portland Ciir.al.' " . . 

Stewart MtninB, 
Red Cliff, 
(5 lacier Creek. 
Portland Wond»r.' 
Ainfrlr^in Canadian Oil, 
Cariadlan .Vorthwest' Oil.'," 
WA.OHOBN, OWYNM <• CO.. 



'Vanoouvar. 



H i.lWI«ii l i.iii. Si i.^ II 



A. T. FRAMPTON 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 

hiscal Agent. Mahon Buildinfj. Vicloria, B. C. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL bTOCKS 

BOUaHT AVf-Dj SOX>D OJ^ 

cosmzsszoK 



Transfer Agents, Dominion Trust Ltd., Victoria & Vancouver, B.C 



R. I). MacLachlan 

Member yrctoria .Stocl<t)roKer»' 
., ; „L=^ jijiisoclaUon. 

Board of Tpid* nuUdlng. 
Phone 2106. 



STOCK & BOND BROKERS 



Members rKin^p^n R»»^rd of Tr«*i« 
VictQfia Stockbrokers Assn. ' 



14-16 Mahon BIdg. 



1:114 iGovcfiinient Stree 



•».- 



ORDERS EXECU rED ON ALL EXCHANGES. . 

- f*— ' , ' ' . M II ■ ' 1 ' 'r I ' ■ - ' ■ 

Dealers in lyocal StocksrMunicipaT~ljoverTiment, Railway, 



Trust and 



Other D eb e ntur es- 



-Aa 



Private Wires to Chicago, Ktcw York, Boston, Montreal 



MB 



I Subscribe for The Colonist 






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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



ThMrwiny, Auau»t 18, 1»10 



OLASSmKU ADviBWCIMMO KATB* 

One cettf a word e»ch ln»ert1on; 10 P" 
ee«t. dlkCount for atx or. moro cornacuUve 
ln»ertlou«— cash wltlj or<jMr. No jnlv«rtl»o- 
inenl aecojtcU for l.'»« than 2b cent*. 
tu»ln«M and ITofwaalonat-ilarilfcr^I - tour 
llnea or uiidT — llOtf P^r wtwlt. 
NO »av«ru..m>..nt charged on account (or 
\<f lUau J-.OO 

Phono No. 11. ^___^_ 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



UOTKtS AND RE8TAUBANT9 



BUSINESS DIREGTORY 

AllCIlITKCTfti ___^ 



GRIFFITH, 11. a-. •*"'-f?",f' 
GoviTiimcnt Si. Phun.j U89., 



BANNEHMAN & HOKN HuTKl.. -M'-VV 
buUdlnK, curiu;r BrouU iUiU Jcihimon 
»tre«!t, Vletwrla. MoUern urriccii and lur- 
nlah«d rooms. ^ 

C'^ALIFORNIAHOTEI-. I'J JOHNSON ST. 
J DJiwlY (ltt«d up tcotn boitorn lo tin>. ,,,„,,.».,-, 

Sood .^coinraok.ulonfap»v-tln« ealU-ry; rom- ^r^VHK^i:iA.JiiKii.^O. 
prl»tn»t llfe-»lB"d i)holo» of all.lhn noted ) X aaK- d/y «ood», 
Bporla and aUUrloa up l'< ih« virL-«i,nt day 
Bar aiwajli »u|)pllea with b,u«t «ouJs. I iu>» 
L. McMaiiua, uroprlelor. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORX 



"trHOLSTBBlNO AND UECOHAT IWO 



QTILES A BHARK CONl'KACTOKS tOU 
O upholitcrlng, ri-movlnB and P»f*'"«; 
carpeu clean«d, etc. turnllur« repaired and 
polUhud. 805 Fort St. i'lion«i_21«3^_ 



WIIOLKSALK IJKV OOQBS 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



THK UBVKKKIX KMIM.OVMKNX ASilJ 

•iKNKKAI. A<iKNCV 

1009 Fori Sir.i'l llourn 3:J0 lo 5:30 

Ti-U-phonu/ *<1. 

1"! TAINTED— CAnPENT^RS FOA COUN- 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



TEACHEIU WAMTBO^ 



tjy at onic. M day. 



fi-UJHNERjBEiaTON cb., I'T'D- 1 'W"OliB- 

_ _ linporterB and rnanufac- 

lur.'rame/i-B 'furnl.hlngn. tonti '■«'«""■■", 
Viiand. •nlrU. ovoralla Mall oidcin auunded. 



TTOOl'KKr 'VhOMAs". AiiCIllTliCT— IN 
Jtl practlco in H. C. tor tv,;»t J-lSy^ y.ara 
nans unci Bi,t;clllcalloni) lunilBh.^d '.n .^P pu 
cav.on'. Ofnor. & Sl«lei-» B U><:-M^_l2^n^Jj_^ 

Vive auicr. Block. Tel: H««.. -U-'**- 

uftVcu, 1157. V 

rT^ilw'ooD WATKINS,, ARCH1TECT-- 
O. Uocui l!i 1--1VO .s-ours Block Victoria, 
y C TcUphou-s: omco , iUl*. K«s.ta«n" 
.b-lSSS. ., ,..,,■ _J ■ 



XrliW nPTl^L BHUN9Wyi,^K. NICKST LO- 
XN cation In Victoria, nicely furnished 
rooms at muariBio prices. Wiiekly rauj. 
All. cars pass houl. Two untiaucu», uorucr 
Yates and Douglas. Phona 317. 



wiiomshaijk wi>k» A>« V'y*-**""* 



\A^ANT¥D--U'''>bu UOUli.S. ALSO THREE 

W^ hoHSBitmltln JiBd- SHVaial mineral, laaldt. 

fpVV'r)"7EX I'KIll ENCiiU UHEStiM AKEllt 

1 nan I wiirU. ' j 



1KVJ.:TtAI./i:ANAUlES FOK SALK— BONG- 

Bii.-r«. 



S" 



WIIAHIC ^|.„^, 



ART GLASS 



A. c.p.'rl.nc, in Art Glass l,.aiU-d 
U«hCH KU- charchoB. school. '""J. ^^^^ ^'•" 
dwilllniTB Works and sloro 848 lalca -u 

i'ho.ia b'i\. ■ :_, '. 

■,5~W. 'cmSHOl-M & CO., MANUFACTim- 
ri, L-rs of U«d.-d art glass. t^co us befora 
MaclnK your order. Hepalrlng a specialty, 
i'hono -22158, BU3~T'or' street. 



rn H I;: > "o mm e u cj a l h otk i-. co u n e h 

X UouKliis liud ,,.'iM-moiuui Hm.. oppi'Slttf 
City llall. I'-.-ncvaitii ihrouKlji.ut. Hooins 
second to nur,e In city. Bar I'lplctu wlui 
Uio best. Europe,au_ plan only. I'ool room 
In connection. .'.. 1-ucAs. Prop. P hone l iO-'. 

M' ONKT^Hb"PER.LV~iN VESTED LEADS 
to fortune. This result, may^bo at.- 
talned by inuchaslntj the host 25o tneal ^In 
t»\c city «1 Tlu' .Slraiid t'afo. 



ri'^UHNEH-UEKTON CO.. LTD. 
X .'^t Victoria— Wholesale only, all the 
l,.u,ilnb- brands of IKjuors; direct liuporttrs. 
Wriif fur U»i» (uul prices. " . — " ' . 



WOOU AND FCEL 



VArtlLSON, E. A.. DfiALER INATLLK^DS 
\\ of . nilUw 



, ui ,n..,.>ood. wood. burk. etc. Khur 
foot -lengths. »a.ao per cord; "'".v^ ' '':'"K''1»' 
»3 0" tlouble load. a-'H John t^t- ''hona M.i._ 

T^lEAl* KUEL— TRY A^llEAl'INa X>OU- 
•\z^ 1,10- loud of short cut mill wood, de- 



T>ANlli;H HOTEl. ANb t^AFE— A'LL^ttN. _: 

X\i Ion help, BSb: Jolihson St. 'Why pa"?' ' 



AUTO.nOBll.KS 



vv 



ESTERN MOTOR '&' SUPPLY COi*- 
^ » nanv P. P. Clark. Munager, fcolo 

sg nts for Bulcks. Franklins. Humbers. 
tt'ment TaU.ols and Rovers, ^^'^^"f''- •'^^,: 
piles, tires aU sUes and makes !;'"'>'«"'- 
i,r,» Btirf (ill Rfuairs, compl«-lo vuleaniiine 
pPant Klgl':*S^rwirr.-T-l*pl»on»- ..*3W-.o.r 

it Une buay 2067. . 

■ ,., . ^— <r— 

BAGGACiE DElJtVEK^ 



■A-W lull IIV,^, U.JU, .«(.'.,, (KB..., 1 ..J -. .. . M^ . ' 

more whtn you can K» ', the bcs» for less. 
Meals 20c; rooms Hoc and up. Bar rcplelB 
with best Koods. .loteph . Balnng no. 1'rop. 

S~ TRANU IvToTEL CAFE, JUJlTiSON ST.. 
always open. European plan: cuisine 
unexr<lUd: bar l),-»t K<>ods: rates moderate; 
Wrlghl & Faulkn.T. I'honn 1105. 

O^-FFl^vTcTORIA— UNDER NEW MAN- 
O'ascment. Most central In city. Bus 
meats all steamers and train*. Graham iSi 
Grant, proprietors. - Phono 4 80. 



livered u. any part of clly at J3.U0 c.O.U 
by >,-amer»n .Lumber Co., Ltd. 1 hone tio4.. 



ro BE I-ilGHLV REi'UMMKNDBD A 
.L . capable ciiuU, hous.:Ui-p«>r, l"r l.;,i<-li 
rlor's e»tabllBluuH:nt. , RelcrcncLa most a.iilB- 
factory. ' ' . ' ■__■ . 



W'ANTKD -TKAt'MEU FOR BOUTU 
>V (iallan.i il'-'luniper Pass); 'male or te- 
m.ale holillnti. sefond or ihird class c»rll- 
n«ale; niHirl.d, wHh family pr«ftrrad; du- 
ili-s to commcncH after summer vacation; 
salary $B5. Wrlle, with rufernliccs to J. W. 
Uillhi.<usi;, si'cr..iary-tr«,asur«r. 

■ ii«'i-r,i'"'Afu.jNB' ■wTr7L''H'E REt^Elvto 

iX by iln: undi'rslgiu'd up till Saturday, 

AiiRusl 'Je, fur th<' position of asslsiani 

Ua<her of ICasI Ward school. Sidney, H. i ' . 

,\salary $60 per month.. Frank J. M. Norrls, 

Kii.iRiary. ' 

BLRUOYNR 
month. Ap- 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



WAKTBD— TO KKXT. 



jONDENjSED ADVER TISING 

I'RbrKKTV FOB l>(AI-E-;-(C»nt.) 



YOUNG MAN DE81RES FrUMHHEP 
room In private h<»d«e. Apply Box J.- 
<'olnnlsl. '_ , 



LKMAN KEaUlI'ia ROOM WITH 
without board in rcllned cjirlstlan 

nil 



d^ ENT 

V.S or wii in.'ui u,'w, VI ,1 1- 

famlly; no ob.iey'ilon to ehlUlr.'ii; slat^ 
particulars In r.^ly to F Vix 352 < olo nlst. 

L~ A D V~ ~ W I S 1 1 F..S 
wlihoui board); 



■IIKJ.I* WANTE1> — MA 

rANTED '.a^L'.RONG BOX. F 



\\rANTED .,a:i:RONG BOX. F 
>\ . iiouse. Box, 3«n"T'olonlst. 



Olt. WAl^E- 



\ \ 'ANTED — FOtltTTM — t'L A tjH E N GINEER, 
>V' ii«od« fireman; nlijht wyHi. Apply 
Box 371 Colonist 



\\7'ANTED--TKAI-H EK FOR 
W bay school .^ulaiy »f<rt per 
ply G. K. AkcYman secretary. 



ni>OM (WITH 01: 
^^ „, „ _ stale terms and par- 
ticulars lo Box afit Colonist,. 

FUR- 



,AOIl SALE — A HNAl'-i-LOT lillxKi; hiBb. 



no rock, close Noith Waid'park, %(•'•'' 
Box 3ti!l Colonist. 



SMALL i;OTTAGK AM' 
uss.dl Station. .\i 
pr; Wilson atrcci, N '■ 



\ I /ANTED TO -iUi^NT-^-NK LL.i F 

>V nished house, In Kood locality, b 
vounu married couple, about Ist taepl. 
I ply V*on '.i75 Colonist. 



Ap- 



I7\V\i yALE— A . , 

* lot, 55x1 liri, n.-iir Ituss.dl Station. .\ 1 
piv lo c. I'rovis. i 

l.iria Wi'Sl, . 

|».->".)/WVEAsT "r Ei I MS , N E W ;, - It O t ) M 
»mf>,«<UU cnlluR-. one bbick IroMi parU . 

hull b k frum Anr; halls and illnlnifcroon. 

pan. -lied and burlaped plair rails, built .n 
gbl.-boards; full sl«ed baa-ment; upstali» 
filled so Hint two more rooms can ho add 
I'd. at any lime. Pcmbi-rion Ac iMin, i>li / 
Fort , stre,el. ■' 



TO XE'lV-HOt'StJKEEWNa KOOM8 



r->- 



>ROFESSIOfJAL DIRECTORY 



ST. 
y rooms; 
Ted McAvov 



V 



ICTORIA TRANSFER CO., LTD.. TEL- 
ephone 129.. 



BLUE I'KINTING AN1> at APS 



T>RINTri, ANY LENGTH IN ONE ^lEfl^; 
X .U cents per toot. Timber and land 
map. ElecTric Blua Prints and Map Co.. 
i:ii> Langley St. 

BOATS AND EXOiyES 



\\riLSON HOTEL. O4t;-048 YATES 
VV European plan; large and airy ro 
bar supplied with liest' goods. Ted MC 
proprietor. Phone 1032. - " 

rpuir wIlLOWS— THOROUGH!, i i;L:.Li 
J.. vatLj^l t'lroujsho'it, and equipped In the 
most modrrn and up-to-de.te, |ityle. and sup- 
plied wUh >.<«f (coods. Alex LIp sky, prop. 

JEWELLERS. >VATCH.^lTk EK8. ETC. 



DENTISTS 

DR. LEWIS i7aLL. dental BURGEON. 
Jewell block, corner Vales and Doua- 
Us strcels, Victoria, B.. C Tcleyhontrs- 
Otfit-'e. [i57; Rfcsldcnco, 12J. 



DR H J. lIENDERaON. DENTIST. LEE 
' bulldlne, corner Broad and Johnson 
t;tB Pnono 1:^60. Ufllco hours: U 30 a. m. 
lu « p. m. Evcnlns's hy appoi ntment. 



\ V"'" F. FRASER, D. M; D.— OFFICE 73 
V V . Yat« 



_ites SC. paresch* block. 
11.30 a. m. to 6 p. m. 



onico 



mTnTed— tWo boys to 'lrarn 

, / trade. Apply th« Colbert Plumbing 
ft, Heatlnff Co., Ltd-., 766 BrOUghton Jtrc.ct. 



\ Y^XNTED-'sMAU'r BOV^ ' ' 
V V year 



"TV' 



Lt<) 



irs of age. Challom 



I 1ST tOUR H'OUBBKBEJPINa ROO.M.S 
■i ' with 6s; no i-harge un,^l WP find you 
a i.cnant. Warburlon it I'o. 1005 Govt;rn- 
menl streci, upstairs. ' 

rpo LfflT "^Ij'uhnik hfjj bedroom ; 

X board optional. SSf MIchlKsn street; 
■phono 1,(1446^ ^_____ 



TO .RENT -LARGE FRONT 
keepintt rooms; khs for coo 
trie llKht- 1022 Pandora street. 



HOCHE 



ROOMS, 



BLMMEB KE80BTS 



kEEP DIVE. 



1) 

llshhiK season 



COWlcHA,^J BAY, BOARD 

I HV.Hiilublu for Iho Salmon 

Apply S. Dli.<liten . 

B'^'ENxT'^TFr A H0TEL,~C0WU:H AN BAY 
under n..w manaBeiiienlt. Kood ' bOBli,ps. 
hulhlnif and flshliig. Hotel currlatfo m,..: U 
irains at Cowlehan station. For lerm^ apply 
T. L. Forrest. Corfleld P. O., B. t.'^ 



\\;A1TBR WANTED, AT 
VV B50 JcHinson street. 



STRAND CAFE. 



WTANTED .\T--©*K.;K. CAR WASHER. 
VV Apply. West ern Motor & Supply <.'o 

\\T^NTED^BOY FOR DELIVERY. AP- 
VV ply paperwarehouB'^ *' irmorant. 



partly furnished /or "unfurnished. 740 



rr\u LET, SEPT. ist — fopr 
L partly furnished /or unh 
Burdette yivenue; phone R1231 

mo LEl'™HO USEE EEPI NG 

X two bedrooms and kitchen, 
vllle Biroet; opposit e < '. I'. R- Do'ka. 

r\^0 LET— FURNISHED HOL'SEIvfclEPING 
-L rooms-l new house, f.43 Rlthet street. 



UCKUAND PAKK, WEST PENDER ISL- 
an/ Seaside summur resori, a few 
«ue.ls 'taken 



Rates 11.00 per day. 



W. 



I.-^OR SALE J 
^ i'roin Vic 



AT COST PRICE, SIX MILE 



Orlmtiier; 



D^?o"ad.''^arg "'Kardem" beautifully slluat- 



ROO.MS 
4.17 Bell- 



\ Y'A NTKD— A " SM.\lt'l 
V V with some knowledge 
and aiiswerlnB—- phono and 
uoi k. 303 -t'okinlB.t. . 



c,, MAN 

,1 ■ iMiointteplng, 

gcaeral offlou 



»ETKCTiVEl*_ 



A. 



FETCH. 1407 DOUGLAS' STREET 
spoclalty of English watch repairing. 



JtWK-- 



■\7ICTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO., LTD 
V Boats and l«i""'=h«» .,^""'i.,„''f' ™*'"- 
reparrs, designs. Shop. *-* "^ak 
%V. D. Buck, manager. Phone ^oa. 



BObltBlNUEBS 



mHir~i50L0NisT HAS THE BEST 
1 eaulptd bookblndery li» Jthe proylnoa; 



the result Is equal .In pro portio n. 



VTCTANTBD— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER, 
oV line, lead, cast Iron, sacks, bottles, 
rubber; hlifhest prices paid. VlitorIa Juiik 
Agency, 1620 Store street. Phone 1S36. 



-I.AND8CAPE OARDENEK 



B. 



C DETECTIVE SERVICE. VANCOU- 
vor. Civil, criminal ami commercial 

invesllBatlons R. 8. J^.f^^'i'^d *^.08""crown 
dent. Head of flee. Rooms -0'. »"f.j,-9fv ^^J," 
building. Vancouver, B. C. l nou»„. »»"*. 
JJloodhound trailers kept. 



PACIFIi; DETECTIVE AGENi^Y. DOING 
Keneriii lire criminal and civil private 
..litecflve-'fcork,- or KlU find "',« „^Yl'i'■■o.■ 
al•oUIg of any persons Whose Indentlty oi 
add?isBe» ar« unknown. »«i. Government 
street, phono 2171, . . 



7ANH 
\J ev< 



NH RELIABLE MAN . WANTED IN 

rry town to take orders for besi 
custom-made clothes la Canada: highest 
lommlBSion. Hex Tailoring Co., Limited. 
Toronto, (^nt. — ^ • 



WTANTEJD— ONB RELIABLE MA.N IN 
VV every to.wn to lake orders for best 
cualuro made clothes in Canada. Highest 
commission. Rex Taliorlpg .Co.. Ltd., loron- 
to. Out. . 



mO LET— KUR.NISHED. LARGE BED- 
X room with uso of dlningroom. kltchun. 
bath" and telephone. Apply 120 Government 
BlrecL James Bay. No children.. 



I.-^OB RENT—TWO FRONT FURNISHED 
- housekeeping rooms, one ns bed-sliilng 
room, other kitchen, gas cooker, sink hot 
and cold water, etc.. baih, »i week. Barne» 
834 Courtney street "^ ^ ^ 

O LBT^FURNlBH'Eb~'lHOUSEKEEP- 
Ing rooms;, S19 Pandora avenue^ 

NFUBNTiuED'HOUS^EK'EKPING ROOMS 
9J2 North Park street. 



td, near sea. On car llne> 
au. Phono L72C. 



ESyCIMALT ROAD, 
iilfully sltual- 
Terms moder- 



' fiOSCBLLANEOUB. 



HM. BHJWOOD. 
• H.nil 



mechanical engineer 

draoKhlsman; machinery Instan- 

ed, drawings prepared. Agent ^for Bas 

producers and engines. V. O. Box iui>i. 

City, . '• /. . 

riCTORIA WINDOW CLEANING C'OM- 
pahy. 721 Fort streut; pnopo -.4DI. 



_ toria, 6a acres. 14 cleared, 

new modern C-loom house, all convenlenceB. 
four Bood wells nod engine. 1.400 .ipple 
trees nt^. years; 20 old In full lyarlntr. ov v 
100 varl.lles of frujt irees. also b'*>'"J >■ 
rooiii collaBc; four modern ihuk. 
ho »e« and lui-tfo bnr-.s: S.OUO eords— ,-, 
\vood Price 814,000; *r,,00.o on moriRn^ 
• four yeu..s Apply Fletcher, Box 100, 
V ■torlu. aYso for sale. ei«hl miles Iron. 
VietoHa. 20 acres, fl clear, <i with two sood 

\rR\\,- HI.iK'K ■■ REPliRCHASED ■FRO^i 
^\ iiie orii'lnsi' lnlv'TB in Parkdaie anil 
now o 8 lie an^OirFeFToi with '?2B cas,, 
ad $10 monthly; f.O per cent lias already 
been made by Ixivestors In I arkdab. All 

but two of ti..TirlBlnal '555 i.o<» "»/" ^,7) 
sold These tX lots nre offered for V ■■• 
?.ach on same 'terms. Pemberlon .V :- .. 

614 Flirt »tr<-et. ^ ■ 

'a POKT ANGELES BARGAIN, 15 LOTH- 
J\.. for »90; »10 cash. $5 month, for a few 



days 



Box X 



Y /. ijoJonlst. 

Fei^'"'t^")R~T 



Contracts taken by week or month. 



JAMES SIMPSON. ^51 UOIINFON ST. 
phone Rl 150.- Expert "on all garden 
and orchard details, trees Improved, scale 
removed, greenfly annihilated without In- ^ 
Jury to f lower. Irult or foliage. Gardens 
kept, contracts taken, roses a specialty 

._ XJVERY AND TRANSFER 



HOTEL D1RECT0RY_ 



VANCOl'VEB 



BO'rruES 



A LL KINDS OF BOTTLES WANTED— 
A'-Good price, pald.^ ^''"V'l'^a*" 
Agency. 1620 3torestroet.^_Pj>o "« 'H^n- 

"m^lLDEKS AND CONTR ACTOHS. 



TT^RANIC B. HUME— CONTRACTOR AND 
r builder. Plans and, speclUcatlous prc- 
nared for approval. Ektimatcs , furnished 
Sriny'class^^f strueture. Omc.. Cor.^Rol- 

and Ave., and Oxford St., Pf O^ ^^ °^ * ' "• 



T'uNEY'irROS.. BUILDEBS AND <:ON- 
Su tract^s, are prepared '" K'^«, ''''l"'.,"." 
all building and JobJjing .work. Phono fc79. 
W.e' attend to your ord er. , , 



ICTOHTaT transfer CO.. LTD.. TEU 
"naS. UeBT-iiTrrvIco In ttiB city. 



IJTHOGRAPUINO 



T ITHOORAPHING. ENGRAVING AND 

notiitiif} .WW s,.,*.^,., ^"M. *...•» .w. ... ^ -— 
advance agent: our work Is unequalled west 
of Toronto. The Colonist Printing and 
Publishing Co . Ltd. 



A1,HAMBRA 
son &.8ons, proprietors; 



HOTEL— MRS. -S. THOMP- 
R. D. Thomp- 
son, manager. Corner.. Carroll a"d ..W»"' 
stiJets, Vancovver. B. C. Vancouver s ttrst 
hotel Situated In the heart ot ^he c4ty^ 
Modernly equipped throughout. Midday | 



\^7ANT£D— CAPABLE SALESMAN TO 
VV co»er British Columbia with stdpla . 
line. High commissions, with ?10u monthly 
advance. Peiiuunent Doslllon lo rlgUt man, 
Jess. a. Smith Co., Windsor, Qpt. ^- t- 



MKLl? WAKXKB— l-KMAWS 



GIRLS 
necc 



i.idr; — sv: 



WANTED. EXPERIENCB CN- 
ssary. — XppIX_E>_P. Charlton & Co., 



ment street. 



-liic ana t»c alorc, llOlt Govern- 



TO JLET— BOUSES 



TV) RENT— A MODERN, 4-ROOM BIN- 
galow. furnished; »3i) per month; good 
basement; gas stovo lor cooklnK- -*»» 
DoUKlas street. ; 



IADYSMITH HOUSE, TEN ROO.MS, 

J furnished, *2i monlb; orner Itadiii. 
Powell and First avenue. LadyBinllh, b. « . 



..7 ANDERSON. CHIMNEY CLEANER 
VV. defective flues altered; gratcB re- 
backed. Residence 2536 Blanchard Btieet, 

phone Llr44^ __„.„ ^^^ ' 

"OULBS AND PLANTS— NmV^ IS THE 
JtJ time to order bulbs It you w "1' y""/ 
garden to be beautiful in 'h* early spring. 
Snowdrops, cr.ocus, tulips, daftodlls, '! lies. 
hyaclnHis. etc. Dutch, J»I^'1»1 »^._1?!:£'. 
seed Send P. t.'. for— parttctrtars tut: -e. 
Woolstune, Beaclv. House. Cadboro Bay, or 
!•: D; Box IttJtW:-^ ...-.-.. V - 



H^ E^UJQnAUtERS 1-'OR. FORT GEORGl". 
townslte, Mr. Child has ..gone 10 !• o > . 
(icorKu and on hia relurn in about iv, 
weeks will It'll you aU about tho townsiL 

Child & Co.. .707 '.ii Y'gtes street. 

TTIOR S.\LH ON EASY TERM.S OH E.V^ 
V Vhangfi f or l o t s ; ne w- home ojicJ ha.f 
aero of ground on beach. Price t4,.ai). 
Owner, Munday's shoe si ore. ^ 



SUITABLE 
. nigan District, 



WrANTED — EXVERIBNOED 

VV make. fT.r hlgK"cTa«Bi ladlea tailoring 

Kvrd (juiriker. 664 Yates. ' • 



17»IVE NEW HOUSES TO RENT OR 
■ purchase, vicinity of Beacon Mill park 
and Varicouve 



oirroTl*"" Vancouver Btreet. 
HiviHX jQjij Govornment Btreet 



Warburton. 
upstairs. 



lunch irs.^^^jrEj;:;;^"'^!- F^ed w^^:f^^^^^ bookkeeper for 



for good whiskey. 



BLACKBURN HOTEL— A. B. BLA CK -, 
burn, proprltLor. This vell-hnown i« a 



and jitorv-; must be experl- 
nced ;■ good wage»., • -Apply Simon Lelscr 
.^. u«-.-l^a.. ivholeiile grocers, \ Ictorla. 



CHlBOPOP't- 



ks. CAMPBELL, chiropodist 905 

Fort street, ' 



CIVIL ENGINEERS' A,ND' SURVEYORS 



» ,> NOAKES. B. C. LAND SURVEYOR 
J.\.. I- E.. Room 8. Lee Building,. Broad 
rirert. Telephone 377. P. O..^ Box 54ii. 



FrTl;. ! ALDOu,^,:c.B.— All kinds of civii 

X* . engineering and surveying undertaken. 
Railroad location and construction a spe- 
cialty. ,1107 Lansicy Stre et. 

r-iOHK & MCGREGOR— J- HEBRICK Mc- 
KJC Oregor. Mgr./- Land Surveyor atjd 
Civil englneors. Chancery Chambers. P. O. 
Box 162 Tel. A504. Fort George oftloe, J. 

^T:~TStti! t>XM'o¥i: Mgr. 

OBERT-SON. A. L— BRITISH, COLUMr 
bla Land Surveyor. 622 Fort ■''««'■ 
Victoria. B C. Telephone L-1647. P. O. Box 
7*3. 



LITHOGRAPHING. ENGRAVING AND X> i^orn proprltLor. This velMtnown i# d 
Embossing — Nothing too large and_L_y^^j hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnisu- 
nothlng too small; your stationery Is your ^h is now open to its patrons. Stea,m heat, 

'■ '" """ """" " line commodious rooms, tlrst-class dinmg- 

room. best attention to comfort of guesta 
American plan »1.6« to |S.Ufl. per dTay- Ji-uro- 
pJSn plan, 7tu upward* «« tV*«imla.t«r 
avenue. - . 

C "Commercial hotel— corner hast- 
-/• Inga and Cainble streeta H«adquariera 
lor mlnlnit and commercial men. Rates lis 
and upwards. AtUos, Johuspa & biuwari. 
priiprletors. 



XOckSM ITHS AKD MACHINISTS 

AFER. L. — CfENERAL MACHINIST, 

new parts ot all kinds made In brass, 

copper and steel, or any sort of Jnetal. -»*«,- 

chine shop. IS3 Government St. Phone i)3U( 



\\' \.NTED--REi^PONSIBLE GIRL FOR 
VV rare-<(f iwr.- children. 30« Colon Ist. 



\V "ANTED— A 
Vt minion Holtd. 



WAITRESS. APPLY DO- 



MASSAGE 



-KfRS. BARSMAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT 
iVi ■ baths-; medltari- massage. 1008 Fort St 

Phone B-l»ei. 

■ 1 -— — . • 

OlTIClAJfS A>T> OPTOMETRISTS 

i . _ ' 



BI^YTH. A. P.. B45 FORT— OVER A 
quarter'of a century's experience, and 
modern equipment at your service. Free 
examination. Lenses ground 'on premises. 
Phone 2269. 



PAINT ERS AND PAPERHAXGERS 

FRANK M ELLOR— PATNTI Nfj" iCON- 

trastor. 1136 View street, Phono 15fi4. 



HENRY .RIVERS- PAINTER, GLAZIER, 
kalsomlner and paperhanger, 749 Mar^ 



HOTEL DOMINION— WHEN YOL AR- 
nvo at Vancouv«r take large auto bus 
which win take you to this hotel free. Our 
service is the best obiolnablo at the prlc«^ 
American pion. »1.60 to »i uo per day. Auto 
mTke. on, trip dally around Stanley Para. 
V. Baynss. proprietor. 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



CARPENTJERS, JOINERS. JOBBERS" 

C~ "aPITALx'cARPBNTER "and JOBBING 
factory, Alfred Jones. All kinds of 
alterations, lobbing work, 1003 \ancouver 
and Yatea street-,-Otttsa phone B2011. Rea 
RUB. \ > ^ 



CARRIAGE AND WAO OX DBAI-ERH 



ket str'et. Victoria. B. C, EsUmfttes cheer 
fully given on application. 



* O F. COURT NORTU'BRN LIGHT, 
A. No. bSSO. meeu at .Foresters' Hall. 
Broad 8ire«t, 2nd and i\U Wednesdays. W. 
F. FulVorton, aecftary. .'^^ , v' ■ ■ r , , . ' "' ' - 

=iy~~OF'iCr>io7 I, ~VJlR -WEST^tiODOB, 
-li.. FfTOTJ'. >.. of f • HiUl, cor. DouglM 
and Pandora c'«eta J . L, Smith. K. ot R. 
S. Box 644. 



\\ -ANTED—A OIBL ' KOR-GEN,BRAL 
VV housework. Apply Mrs.' Owen Copas., 

lau MenxieS .srrcet, 

Tv^A .VTED— a"g IRIi FOR LtOHT HOUSE 



TO RENT— SEVE.N-ROOM FULLY FUlt- 
nlshed bungalow facing sea; close to 
car line; all modern conveniences. For fur- 
ther particulars apply to R. V. Winch & 
Co. Ltd., .121 Fort street. 



mo fWJNT— SIX-ROOM f:OTTAGE, ALL 
X modern conveniences, on Fort itre'et 
Apply Roo m .2, 909 Government street. \ 

rno LET MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE, 

X " H l l l gia r- ft vgnui^, ul ug ieto Po uglttB »tv g« H. 
H, H. Jones, Room 20.. PromlB Block, Gov- 
ernment litreet. 



.WmiANS E-X.CHANGI5. FOB ^.TUE 
disposal of needlework; ''a"id craft 
and every branch of woman's work will be 
hold m Xhe woman* buildinB at _tlie fall 
"air. Ladles Interested .inay obtain fuller 
particulars on application to. Mrs. A. c 
Richards. Royal Oak. P. O. 



WE HAVE THE ONLY ELBCTBICAV 
key-duplieailUB— machine In \ ic- 

torla for Yale and poslofflce keys, insuring 
B iSrfect flt always. H. M. WH»on, bl4 
Cormorant - - 



rno SPEAK FRENCH. OR GERMAN IN 
X three months; Improvement on Berlitz 



FOR SUBDIVISION. SHAW- 
320 acres, near lake," 
halt a mile fro'" .station. rail- 
way and main road run through prop- 
eriv; also stream, plenty of water and sCwl 
lI!{dl.->anall_JP8 ■^»bi,,,lWe_t20 a;t_^CP^ 
Terms to be arran.ged. Apply CTKTiei.T. V- 

""" '"frontage. 1.-; miles from vie-. 

la: splendid anchorafe; magnincen' 
view; good land ","«i, wa"^f; "i^ '''l'":'!;:!^ 
For price, etc.. ap ply Owner. P. O. Box 1 08-. 

10M0X— ABOUT 91 ACRES —WITH 
^J frpntage on the C'omox river; three 
acres cleared; -all good soil; good fishing; 
nve minutes' walk from school, church, posi- 
office. etc.: closu to Comox harbor; right- 01- 
way through property sold to E. & >•'• K^- 
Prlce »H0per acre; easy terms. Sc» Ma'. - 
rlott & Fellows. t<l» Tro unce avenue. ■ 

HEADyi.AltTERS FOR FORT GEORGE 
townslte, Child &,Co., Room 9, 707 '-j 
Vales street. 



rsiiA *" 

CJBA 1 
O tori 



O" 



method. Trial leBBon free 
avenue, phono R1641. 



1309 Stanley 



wHj'rk. ' bio- Superlojr atre-et,-- 



;SB 



LADY HEI,.P IN SMALL FAMILY, COM- 
fortabk- home, cUy; , must be 



rno RENT— THE lO-ROOM HOUSE FUR- 
X -nished at^ J 485. Fort street, for six 
months or one year v from September XsL 
PTionV 24SO; m> small children. ■ . 



STAM Tf>Tcr FOR .. i-ANCIf W ORK O.V 
. your own matciia'. QrdeiB taken at 
M 



ITAM TtStTFOR . .. f AVCy 
your own matciia'. 0' 
Turner, hi 7 Fort stran. 



XnOLlNr FLUTE AND HARP— .MR. DAN 

*^-V 6e*«^-<-l*l«-S«i*SJ — Soloists ,aml.jte»cU - 

cr. Royal Artillery String Band) and Lon- 
don concerts,- etc. Desires pupll^ 1005 
Richmond avenue. . 



SNAP— LOT, MICHIGAN STREET. 40x120 
feet; high; car line; uear Governmeiu 



buildings.- J850; tertna 
Colonist 



Owner, Box 164, 



MRS. H E. BAKER, TEACHER OF BLD- 
cutlon and expression, 1202 Vancouver 



street. 



«i«»k; 8iat_ 
9S Colojilst 



and a»y rdercncea 



fair 
Box 



_.^» r.i'i'-f^i !•». , ' .. . . 

\\'ANTED-t-A WAlTfeEaS AT — AXGEL 
VV hotel, i.angley »lr<:et. Apply , be.- 



iitgley 
Iween 6 and li p. m 



\\7ANTED— L.v'DY TO I'EACll LITTLE 
VV' girl and .asalBt^ in housework. Apply 
Mra ilcCUniotK, DallUS- JliMcl. b.«twven 

1 and 2 p. m, ..■; . ' , ,. 



(and S 
S5 I SoN! 



SEARS. J. — PAINTS, VABNtSHKS Q 
h..,.k... .nsr-laito nf wnllnatier. the I '^-^ 



brushes; specialty ot wallpaper, the 
newest pntterns. Give me a call. Slors day 



a OF ENOLANO, B. 8. ALEkANDRA 

Lodge 116 meet* 1st and" Srd Wednes- 

K. of P. Hall. W. Appleby. Foul Bay. 



IXTANTED— TU K««P MOUSE fOA 
VV three m. n Apply ' n!l7 .Morth Pa^ 
■tri»et^_be_tjvi?*,'n.iihe-i»wlir« ot « aiid 8 l>.'m. 

kept; js' 



OM.AjFa'O sUpertn'Fend 
siuaU- family : kitchen maid 

• d ht'ime. 183 tjolonlst. \ - 



TO LEASE FOR LE.NGTH OF T1.ME, A 
fUFnlshed Blx-room cottage, all 'modern 
conveniences, near beach and car line. 
Apply' 31 South Turner stre«I.J.ame» Bay 



XjbUSE TO RENT— i 712 DES'MAN ST. 
si io rooms with all modern convenlen^- 
i.« large garden with flowers and vege- 
tables, twenty-l'our fruit trees, thirty dollars 
per month or w6uld, lease lor one year. Ap- 
ply ''Victoria hotel. 



TO LET— FCBNISHBD ?MiOM8. 



\'*.T.ELL FUR."^4SHED ROOMS-, AUSO 
*%> housekeeping room* tl> l»i; elecnii: 
Ught.baih. hot and cold. 1118-817 Fort ,&t., 



REMOVAL NOTICE— B. C. HARDWARE 
■ Co , Ltd., have removed tUelrTarm im- 
plements, busgles. wagons, etc., to 733 
jQhnson street, east of Douglas, street 



OTCMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RB- 
iO quired for land clearing, logging etc.. 
Free trial. Prices and terms apply The Du- 
crest Stump Puller and Tool manufacturers, 
466 Burnslde road, Victoria B. C. 



/>(DOD EANDFOB -SA13B-^FIFTY MILES 
VX from Victoria on E. & N. Railway easy 
to clear, close to good market, elos! to 
school and churches. Will cut up to suit 
purchaser Irom ten acres up, land adJoinlnK 
held twice tho price I am asking. Also 
good spventy-iflve acre farm, as, a going 
concerns, can sho* fifteen per, cent on 
money Invested. If you mean business 
write for parllculara No agents need appiy. 
Box 953 Colonist 



REMOVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CATTER- 
all, bundfcV and genei al contractor, has 
removed to 981 Fort stretn, *bov« Quadra. 
Tel. 820. _^_^^ 



READ THIff=FOR SALE. OFF THE 
Burnslde road, close to Portaige luUt 
and proposed Ilne,-17 acres at $2C0, a snap. 
Holmes. Burijaiao' grconhousen; Strawberry 
Vale. P.O. , 



,.!,8r.---I»fli8tnr-R--t««4- 



1507 T>>. 

T"~HE •■ icTcO.. LTD.. 61S FORT ST. 

undertake every branch of the painting 
and decorating business and . guaraniea. sat- 
isfaction. < 



PATENTS AND LEO AX 



MABLE, WM.— IMPORTER OF MAC- 
Lachlan buggies, traps; cannot be 
beaten for duraolllty. Warehouse 711 John- 
«on St. Phone\lS26. , ■ ' ' 

tLOTHK.S CLEANING 



GENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED, DYED, 
repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired and ru-covertd. 
Guy W. Walker. 708' Johnson St, Just east 
ot Douglas. Phone L -1267. ^ 

WAH CHONG— LADIES' AND GENTS' 
dry cleaning, pressing and repairing 
on short notice. 1725 Government • Street. 
Victoria, B.C. -:■. ., ,, -. . ,: 

COAL. AND WOODi 



"DOWLAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 
XV Attorney. Patents In »11 , countrlea 
Fairfield building, opposll* P. O.. V»nco4j- 

ver. • , .__ 

J— — — — — — — 

PLUMBING AND OA8F1TTIXO 



Prlildtnt; .1. CrRcbley. t.«cr«tary, bldney 
B. C. 



s 



ON8 OF ENGLANt);" PRI0B OF ISLAND 

Lodge. A. O. F. Hall. Broad^ stre.t. 
2nd and 4lh Tuesdays President C- * ""»- 
iroy. VictorU West, secretary, W. pawaon. 
uVsid' fetreVti Esqulmalt „«_.. 

te> cruelty to Animala 9'"'='', "H. «c 
street. Phones, Inspector Uusael, l»^l. ••<;- 
retary La34|. • ' , ' ' 



\\7ANTED— -AS.'*1ST.VNT NCBSB FOI* 
VV Kelowna Cottage Hospital, salary »30 
rhonth. Staltf quallflrailons. lestlraonlala. 
experl»>nce and age. , Apply to secretary. 
Box till. K'elgyno. B. '' 



iVTvNTBD—WOMAN . TO CARE FOP 
VV baby and tto light hdusework; wuuld 
like hiV to 'gat to Kamloopa for w inter. 
Apply 029 .Andrew iiMoel, corner Jai"— 
tvenjngs; Victoria West. ■ 



3*»rw\ STANLEY .AVENUE, 
OUy RIS41. iTomfortably 



PHONI 

furnished 

rooms; board 'i>^tlonai; terms moderate; 
i,IO»*-ln; eK'CU^c light ' and bath. Mrs. 
McAndreW. ^ S 



rno LET— COMFORTABLY^ FURNISHED 
X ' front "" '' '■"-^'- 



qulred. 



I rooms with use of kitchen If re- 
328 Michigan street, James Ba}'. 



SMALL FARM— SOUTH SAA.NIGH. 8 «4 
miles from Victoria on main road, 23 
acres, pretty six roomed bungalow, recentjy 
painted Inside and out spring wator on 
house. barn«,__ttabl68i_fl've^hlcken houses, 
100 fruit trees, "l i lTOri s 'fri l W JBjeJrles. kltch»n. 
garden, all small- fruits, about six acris i.t 
oats and peas and seeded " down to clover 
and grass. CO chickens. ducks«. three- incu- 

nouses in m^^^ -uu »..— .- --,,,„- bstors. brooders, good family cow and a 

Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory. lOOJ quantity of tarm Implemenla A goniiln* 

Vancouver and_ Tales street , going concern. »2,000 takes Immediate pos- 

■ ^ — — — ~~ ^~' session. Price |7,000, 10 years to pay th« 

FOB SALB-rMISCEtLANBODB _ . . . ...— 



GREEN HOUSES — FLAT BOTTOM BO.\TS, 
long ladders, stepr. meat safe, dog 
bouses In stock and mads to order. Jones 



•" with every convonlen&e, 880 Jt)hn- 
--ion street; phone R»0«. ^^ 



w 



TANTED_A N U KSEKT. 1 GOVERN BS» 



Apply Mm. J. S. H. Mofson. Mottnt 
Adelaide, Esquimau, between the hours of 
11 a.m. an4 1 pm. 



JjaLtJ..ET^NICE BUNNY ROOMS, ' RKAS- 
X onable rates. Hotel Canada, 1318 Br oad 
street Phone L391, 



COLBERT PLUMBING & HEATING CO.. 
Lid For first class workmanship In 

the above Una give us a. trial. Temporary 
otfica T5S Broughtun St. Phone ty^. 

.~/ip'N~ATKrNH<i)N, PLUMBING, STOVE- 
I\.> fining. 2544 Blanchard; phon« R1817. 



XK>TTEftY WARE, ETC.* 



BWHT, GEO.- DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of wood and ooaL Delivered to any 
part of city, at currant- ratsg. jPhons 828. 
yards, 735 Pandora. « ' 

G~^0 TO J. E. GRICB TO GET TOUR FALL 
X orders.- Wood -piled lt» yard or lot be- 
fore cutting.' Measure guaranteed. In OprsU 
or over. Tel. 149., j^ / 

H~"~ALL & 'WALKER—WELLINGTON COL- 
llcrles Coal, Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tel. 83; 1282 Government St 

K INGHAM. J. & CO. — OFFICE 1208 
BROAD St Coal delivered to any part 
ot the city at current rates. Phono 647, 
Wharf; foot of Chatham St 

AINTER, J. B. & SONS—COAL. WOOD 
and bark of finest quality at current 
rates Try our new and specially prepared 
nut coala Phono 536. Office 611 Cormor- 
ant pt . ' . _^ J 



SEWER PIPE, FIELD TILE. GROUND 
Fire Clay, Flower^ Pots. etc. B p- 
Pottery Co.. Ltd., Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Bia. Victoria . B: C~ - 

REAL ESTA-TE AOEN'Tih .^ 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

POtTXTAY A>T> XIVBSTOCK 



rnillRTY MORE SEWING MACHINE OP- 
X eraiora wanted, electric , power ma- 
chines, eight hour day, unWn wages. Be- 
ginners taught. Apply Turner Becton * CO-, 
Tii""or' corner- of Ba»ii«n and Wharf .ireets 
VIctorU. 



i" X)H SAl,'B— ABOUT 200 COR^ V,OOy 
L In 4-foot and short lengths. . mw-tjr 
deep water, at eo4it of cutting. • Apply C, S 
Hlroh, Sldn.-.y. P. O. .. ^^ 



rno LET— LARGE' COM PORTABLE BE0"- 
X silting robm, extra bedroom If required, 
use of kitchen, bath, electric light, quiet, 
pleasant house on tar line. Mrs. Walker, 
city limits. Esquimau road. ' P.hone RU.'T. 



1."SURN1SHED ROOMS TO LET. 414 MEN' 
' zlts street Two 



i^OH SALE— TWO GBBSB AND GAN- 
X^ Oer; chiittp; first rate brt-f^dert, 



Lam- 



born 'ruVgo..««- P. P.. Sannlchtt>n. 



W^>JTBl) TO rUHCHASE, «V '■^^^^J^^ 
setter pop; /wust b,« cheap, for ciah. 
.Vpply -Box 381! Colonist. 



CUTHBERT, HEHBBRT & CO.— "BAR- 
.gains Victoria Real Estate." Thvest-. 
ments. timber and fruit lands.' 61« Fori St 
Phone l6i:0. Cable address, "Cuthbert 



TriOR tWHate-H'IMMCB -PURE B#lKD 
i^ Yorkihlre swine, both •e»«^;i;J'?''H^''' 1 
g«,wlW-. early maturibg kind. Apply Hat^-. 
rap, Braefoot Farm, Mount Tulmie, B. ,t. 



MARRIOTT «; FELLOWb— REAL Be---je oregory, M 

late, loans, timber, mines and rentals, f-^ r. '^r » ,,. 



Offices Vancouver, New Westmlnsler "and 
Victoria. $19 Trounce; Avenue. Phone 6 45 



POTTS. HOWARD A. G. — REAL Es- 
tate. Financial and .Timber agen.ta In 
business in Victoria tor ovsr twenty yearg. 
office 636 Fort street 



TRACK8ELL. ANDER-SON & CO.— REAL 
estates, timber loans, rentals, collections 
Offlces: Bcglno,' Sask., and Victoria, B, «-. 
Office: 1210 Broad St. Phone 1722. 

BAILMAKERS 



1>0« SALB—THOROUGHBUBD . WlBE- 
i^ haired terrier pups, 987. Fiurt.-^ Iltrset; 



phone R2197. 



30K SALE— GOOIi_:MIJ.K.l Nq pOW, »60. 

- Mlllstrettin. ,-,- 



\T WANTED— DRliS.S -MAKING APPRENTl 
VV ces. Apply Mrs. Augua,_aial — Ilnn 
Bppncf r'» 



WANTSD-rtlRESSMAKING APPRENTI- 
ceg. /Apply ^'" McMillan. 3rd floor 
Spencefa . ' 



— ■^.. '....-1 . • •.V..ABU t'lttnCr • nn> . _, ' . . - .. ,-..,4r4..ir.^ VtaV* TIL.' 1 f U .1 



iriOR SALE— SMOOTH /l AIRED PoX 
r Terries pttpples from -l-Jngllsh Imported 
prlite Winning stoclt. Bcdtch Bakery, Doug- 
)ns atrcel 



CRBAMEBIKH AND DAIRIES 



ROYAL DAIRY— CREAMERY BUTTER, 
Ice cream, milk and buttermilk; ro- 
lUble for .quality and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas St.. or phoo a 188. ^ 

"] ~ DRAYMEN 



KANEY, JOSEPH — OFFICE *» Wharf 

street 



Telephone 171. 



VICTORIA-^aCCK 
•I 



AND DRAY CO.— 



Telephone 13. 



T&XJNB * BRO. ~BAiLmaI5BRS. tents, 
d awnings, canip * furnjiur* Warehou»» 

670 Johnson S-t. Phono 796. / 



^duNO ENGLISH WIRE-HAIRED. TKR- 
X. rier bitch for gale. Box 36.1 Colonist, 
tJlEVEN UOArs FOR SALfcl CtttiAP. 
n_JLpply X. V. Cooper, y: O. Box 101 City. 



STENCIL AND SEAL ENtittAYjNO ' 



GENERAL ENGRAVER AND STENCIV 
Cutter. Geo. Crowther, 13 Wttarl ffc. 



behind Post Office. 



SAND AND, GBAVEl. 



DTE WORKS 



Be. 6TEAM DYE WOftKS— THE LAR- 
. gesl dyeing and cleaning ■w.-orks In the 
province. -Country orders solicited- Tel. 
'00 J C Renfrew, proprietor. 



TIAUL'S STEAM DTE WORKS— 318 FORT 
X street ' We clean, press? and repair 
laditB' and gcnticmen's garments equal to 

new Phone 624.^ ■ 

XTICTORIA- STEAM DYE WORKS. «4 4 

V Fort street; telephone , 717. Ladles 

and Gentlenien's garments olagncd or dyed. 



C. SAND A GRAVEL CO—FOOT OP 
u^. Johnson St. Tel. 1388. Washed And 
graded sand; gravel for-roncret* work. De- 
livered by team or oi> scows at Royal Bay. 



B. 



SHORTHAND 



HORTHAND SCHOOL— 1109 BROAD ST.. 

Victoria, Shorthand, Type.^-rltlng, 

Bookkeeping. Telegraphy: ^thoroughly laufht. 

C.radualea 0.11 good . posltiona E. A. Map- 

mlllan, principal. ■ . ' 

SCAVENGING ' 



1j'>UR SALK— SIX AIRUALE TEHRIEH 
? puppi«4; pedlgrped Block. F<": '''.'"Vi" 
and further Itiformat-loh wrlta Robert. H. 
Le^r.h, /Brit annia Beftch, B. C. ■ ' 
\T7AKTED— ABOUT 20 YOUNQ PIGS 
V\ two or three months .^Id ; dellvorml 
in Vl<;torla: towfjst rash prloo to F <- 
Jones, French Cr*!ck P. O. 



romposUlon^ puhfrunilpn ; lypewrillng op- 
tional but preferred Give a phone num- 
ber. Box lo'ij Colonist ■ _, 

I^^jn^ERiENciD" TR.VVEI.ER A.SD SOLl- 
J. citor, liff^tlrre e»p. rletiee.^requlres »lt- 



untlon; any eapacHy 
'n(*f. ■ — ' — — ^ 



Apply Box 468 Colo- 



_ vo minutes from C.P.R. 

wharf. _____________^__^_^^~ 

1ST YOCR BOARD AND BOQMS WITH 
u " .. - « .-. . 

street. 



IriOR SALE— TWELVE HOR.SE. POW *.(t 
' boiler and engine, llrst class condition. 
Apply Parsing' BllilKelloUt 



ErtOR S,.VLE--AN OLD OAK . CHB.^T,. 
pgrvod and inlaid. In good order. 1. 11 



Broad street. 



Ii^OR SALE 14-FOOT .SAILING DINGHY. 
' 5 8-l!-ft. beam; sail and fittings. New 
Donaldso n. Work Po int B arrac'ks. * 

-OAK 

_ „. _ ..ass 

1534 Klford street. 



session. x^r>i;« fi.uvw, *v ^ «», « .» j 

balance. Apply J. K. Colonist office. 



_^BEAX EST.\TB 



B- C. REALTY COMPANY 

t?h' ti-S Trounco A^ 



C •CHOICE l.W-EST.MENT—TWO FTJRM M 
.' ed coluiBes. Pandora avenue. I'.o 
*fi.ono: easv terms.' These Urc rjcnted 1 
$70 per month, which l« 12 per Cent h. i • 
the • fnvcslm-ent. 



SIDEBOARD WITH 



1,">OR SALE— tJAn. Hiui^a^-i^-^^ ■■ iKoian 
* beveHed glass .mirror. Apply evenings, ':'>"'." 



TWBLv'e CHOICE LCVI-S. TOLMIB R*.'-'. I • 
- adlolntng <rtv llinlis: three mlnii:i ^ 
walk from car: fine land: high and dr- 
el.ar lots. Pri. .-■ $ii,"; f-rms $50 cash, 
small inimihl.v pa.vmejjls. . . 



ua WarburtoW & Co., lOOB aovtrnment 



Bt SINESS CHANCES. 



TTIOR SALE— MOTOR LAUNCH, TlIB 
.f "Gladys." 18 feet long; """""». ";!'',• '" 
■ first class condition. Apply caretaker, oak 
.Bay boat- house ; 



. ■. .. , . ,;. I _,...ii, Kia... .tiip vf>ar. rent only 820. Cor. Baden- 



\I'"A7t.'TtC1?«~-<^K*tU-Ji_JilA>' J?V'ITH A FB 
VV thousand dollars in -ta;Ke ^lr_'wofklj 



Interest Iji business. 
niBt 



W 

_ "irofklns 

Apply Box .341 Colo- 



nv 



&f> 



GENERAL 
Ad 
8_»vlth' parlleulHis, I' O B nx 30 .) 



A CIVIL KNGINKKI 
.practical exp- • leie , «ants work 



NGUSH •MARR1K1> cufPLB REQUiRB 
Sltiiatton on ran. 1. or 0I1 prlv'^/ P'%">- 
■Wife, dairy, work or .ii.us.'kecper. Box SBS 



Colonist. 



^'GLlSHItfAN RKtVl IREH SITUATION 

-1?J nn rnnrh.:--lire <-xp,erletvee with an 
kind of stork. IU.V 33S> Colonist 



C 



IltOR SALE— BAY GELDlN'CS, SMALL 4- 
' whool dog cart with rubber tires, and 
i.-* , .. Apply; -«*Pt., Tookur, 



-wheel cart. 
I'osu Office. 



Uij;.. l:-,3 Fl>n 
light. Apply 121S- Ca-'tk- 



(^*LB; IfSTAVY AN1> 



\-\ TANTED-:8ITT'A1 1< >N ON 
VV H. M. Barrhn. c|,,-m*ln«»-. 



FARM. 



•xrol'NG MAN W-VN- 
X kind or. as nln^' 
Coloiiliit. 



'PsK OF ANY 
an. Box 319 



FOR - SALE- -f HE <iOODWILL A^D 

contents <j»f a 20-room board *"" loag- 
liia house located within five mlnntes of 
ih". post ofUee; has a splenjlid connection 
and is always 'fully occupied. A splendid 
opporiunlty for someone to enter tills lino 
of '^ business al a very reasonable cost 
Apply B. C l.aml & Investment Agenc y. 

R.. - - - ,, 

rent 820. per month. 
Btreot 



pOR 



B. C. 



TWO-STORE V Ft LLY MODERN HOUSL 
c....... ..^« ..„ .-WW ^^ , on Harrison sirei-l; every modern con- 

SAL,-ls,— u.-m:. t^ 1 HeelT iikyne venlenee; handsomely decorated; ■ flnr; 

h- p. engine. F. L. "ec'^' /"*>"»' | ,p„„n,|« with heailnti fruit treea.- Frlce 



[$4,200; easy terms. 



tiORTLAND CANAL MINING. STO< K, 
1:*^ 1031 Shares al 34c. O. B.. 'P. 'O. Box 



365. 



AM PS^;=5RTTrertr FORE1G.V- A .VD 



CJTA 

n C 

Box 812 Colonist 



olonlal for sale; f.'\r partieulars apply 



t ERICA N 0H«;AN. SUOXAXlUgilpmi- 



TWO HANRSOME COTTAGES' ON SUT- 
le.l street; i«o minutes' *,-alk from He 
ear: Imuaes are laodi rh. in every ^v«y and 
coMlnin < verv ennvenlenee. lots .are 62x l';n ; 
either will make a splentild, hom<«. I'fHo 
»SJ!;o; en-sh trdiO. lialanct) as reht. .\ 
pleasure lo sh.i.iv •oyou. 



LOT,S - 

iporn .SPLENPW 1 "T-' 
SI reel", size ■■ '> i 
vrry eiasv. 



< iN" PRIO^ 

TOO,; temil| 

AMERICAN OH.JAN. "■^-|;^-^;f»;i;^E ^ -.t^.- l^ KlNG.«i: 

A- home, or -Bchnolroom ten s ops. kn ; £, ,, „^ . , ^ TJrahah. 'si n-ef. Price '$725 
^-Hli-, -.'gW-niakrr; P"{f V,.,',?"?^^^ .each. ' The«,>are. a snap; ie,,Ms..a»y. , 

Price $45. < an be seen al H4 t»aiias «o«u. 1 

K, ,Frari»plon, 



,^OR SALE -A PAYING ROOMING 
house. Apply B2I .Slmcqe street. 



(X)MING HOUSE AT LADV8MITH,\ l» 
rooms. Price .1600^ three year le.se. 



ftoonr 



W ANTED— M ISC ELI. ANEOU8 



WRANTED AN OFf'fi^R ^l-'OR 
VV Amalgamat'ed Doveloprncnt 

shares. Apply 3r,7 colonist 



20,000 
Co , 



r>t- 



rtf 



A .MARRIED MAN l.EsrRE»pVORK AS 
iV. caretaker or lanlior or , any light 



SipLENDlD OPENING FOR A SOBER" IN- 

5l!5' dustrlous blacksmith and woodworHer, 
newly built shop will be reniod to th'j r.ght 
person, ^or further Pf^''°^"}r»p*PP'y '" ^ 
O DemeA. Col wood, Oj«k Dell Park. v 



work. Box 317 Colonlsl 



) t..,^^.^x^;^^^':xvi^i mo GoV-t-st. 



T^ZTil ^ALB--3MivYBAR-OLD HOBSK, 
X buggy and hnmipsa In first pliiss cm - 
.pMp.. 1 .■y^ao. > .Apply |^'<'lvnio_Boad^,5^t-,.er 
Pho*<nix street. „ . • ■ . 



KLKCTRICIAJTS' As ELECTRIC S UPPI.TES 



T.AOOT & TUSON, ELECTRICAL , CON- 
X tractora Motor boats, gasoline englnea 
Phono A-1446. 735 Fort 8t,^ 



HAWKINS & HAYWOOD. 728 TATE9 
<i\. Electricians; all kinds of supplies 
i-a -^i.d Installations and repalrsproraptly 



n LINES -;:rTARDS CLEANED. RESI- 
dcnce 428 Cook , St. -Phone 179^. 



E. 



VICTORIA SCA\ENG1NG CO.. OFFIO'E, 
1826 Government street Phono 68^. 

Ashes arid rubbish removed. .. .. 



ING ON, 1709 aOV'T ST. PHONB 8J, 



STORAGE ANt> WABK HOrSIN O 



T7«OR SALB-^BNOLISH SETTER PUp- 
X pie's. si.x_montbs' old; Lowen 'property. 
Kn(|ulre o" lAv.r^ge,. R. Carroll 



iirANVBl> BY A- ■ 7' >l, • NG MAN. STEADY 
VV wVk. • Apply "o'<. "-» Colonist , . 



rA.NTr'T- 



■RPE.VTElt WORK • ,IN 

■ Apt'ly H»x- 382 Colonist, 



U~ 'AN-I'.iai BY li:NGI.ISli.MAN 
fHriii ; h«l»"h« 



2 tiO ,< 'ftlnnlftlv '•:-—- 



JOB i»N 

h^ 1 xperleiico I>i Ontario. 



\ryO-R SALI'^-GOOD GENERAL PURPOSE 
.IV quiet hay. horse, about ,1150; work 



single or double. Apply, after. 8 p. 
bell, Beaumont P. Q, . ::.;: 



m. i;amp- 



X08T AND. fOHSlL 



AFTERNOON, 

J.:* ne.Hr meinjlioiin... .^ •■"•eh, a "'"-" 

nmethvBl brooch, ■ gold setting, ■ Tlw flntl''r 
will rVc<jlv« reward by reinrnlng to ihta 
'office. ' ■ ■ . ., . . ■ 



I OPT — ON MONDAY 

J near MetrfnioUtan .church. 



BYRN. 1302-4 WHARF -ST., FOOT. 

f Yates: commission, storage, wal'v 
housing, manufactur»rs aKf"'. .«"'l «""^ 
-No. 10. Phone 304. P. O. Hox.-.lQJi -ntZL 



F..MPLOYMENT BUREAU 



W' 



O.-v'ilTOO GOVT ST. PHONB 23. 



CLA.vS AND OLAZI?(G 



TWeBY DESCRIPTION OF GLASS — 
Vi Plate" sheet, prismatic, ornamental, 
l-nded. etc. Tha Melros. Co.. Ltd-^IS Fort 

.stvctt .. ...* . ■ , '. 



rtARDWARB 



K. 



QToVaGE and WAREHOCS1NG--19,000 
feet of (Jo(i£_8pac^ Apply W. W. Dun- 
can, 535 Yates. P. O. Box "179. City. 



T oST--Pnt»BAHr,T ON BRO,\I> sTTii^j?:':; 
IJ n, brfiwn leather" pockt'tbook eontattr^ 
ing a %■> bill: old F„ & N. rallwa.y pHSP wli It, 
oNvn-r's nnme and other papers. Please 
Idveme r.40. ,■ "■•,-„„- ,t 



OUTSIDE 
kind. 91 



1 boilglai Stre'et. 



OP ANY 



BOOM ANb BOARD. 



ROOMS AND BOARD JN AI.I4 PARTS OF 
th» citv; no charge. Warburlon A to.. 
1005 Government slmet. upstairs. 



TO THE t'TT.IZKNS TTT 
Names and nrtdresses w.-... . . 

perllve settlers and l.jome-buyi rs now li\ 
Ing In British Isles and Canada. I lease 
send names Iv Nanrouver .Island Develop- 
ment League. .-,34 Broughton street. Mc- 
loi-la l.lleralure and full Information 

sent to all,nn.m>|S furnished 

7vUiMTD~EXcilXvGK. $i:,"00rt INTERf';.ST 
VV In 320 seres, seleeted prairie. Alberta 



Dl> YOU^ WANT 'To SELL YOUR Busi- 
ness'.' If so sec us; w* have buyers. 



121s Douglas .^i ; <'p;» 



>Uretiants Bank 



CITY BROKEf^AGE, 

iglas .^t; rippi.i.si'...- >Ujelianti 
jT- vicTemiA": d».) inn^^'^'"'' f'<^*"* 5-nooM '."oTtagi; 

watileil of pros-. Jp-^, lUU i-h.^n 10 car, e.NCxlIent garden. 



for 



first < inss improved or otherwise 
)• Victoria V' ' ' - -• 
"m**«.8h, Box ;i2l CoU 



fruit 



iFlwrrwTsy TO DlSPOSfc OF tuiR -^TTKixix 
J. law^oil theology books, drop mn a card JmOA/UU 
and I wlK call on you.-. I will bo In V 1^- ' "^ - 

,torla" one* a month. Edwin J. Galloway, 
new ft,nd (old book storp, 782 OranvlUe St,-, 
Vancouve 



/TTSod" liOARD AND ROOM FOR, TWO 



young men, >0S», Pandora •trefl; pn<»na - 



SITUATIONS WANTBP— FEMAXB 



\\'VNTl-10--KlTltATI0N AS HtX>D PLAIN 

VV'conk bv voung .rengllshworai" "i,,,-,. 
•" • goi'Ml eharfi' ■ 



housempld Is kept 
Poulter, .Mount Tolmi 



UNO 
■ork. 



"TX fA-NTnjD-rrtlTL'A TIO ,S BV A Y<Jl 
VV -Vftdv as bookkeeper or do office w 
Apply , Box, 384 cnlonlst ,~^ . \ 

W~ ANTBir"B Y~A " gTh t ,, OF 14, .S^TI;A- 
.Uon to care ,.o one Child with. .VpUng 
peopi'". SKFi"" ''oloniti' . . 



r7;ATlV)N ' AS WORiSING 
pnTTy"'nr nftCh'>tTir«--trr 



L 



TiST BLACK 



PURS I 



VAlNi: 



moil, y M 

lUld pojiLiffi 

, ,. <, ,...1 ,.rri 



TEAS AftP. COFJFBBS 



TlIOI^RR*T»OFFEB & BPICB MiT-LS, 
X Ltd.. Pembroke street Victoria, "lelo 

phone 597 

~^ ^TIiMBBB. LANDS, E'CC. 



-T^nToR R O. A CO.— HARDWARF- AND 
i VgricuVtural Implemeni.. Corner of 
lohnson and Government ■'^ts. 



rrmirHicKMAN tyb hardware co.- 

T Ltd.,- iron, steel, I^^'^^kI^'^^T''' ^ 
nnrt 34 Vntes Btj^t .t, Victoria. ,p.„U.^ 

»Bconimendod by f.ho inorfical prx)fnMion l« 



J. BROWNRlGG. TIMBER 

.J lands, minihg. Office' Imperial hotel.' 

P.O. Box 663. ' j_^ — ■, . 



/-I APT. C. 



imDF,RTAKINO AND E.MBALMINO 



Be. FUNERAL FVRNISHINO CO., 1018 
. Govt St Tel. 2235. nZ3« ,2237, 2238. 
22S9. Prompt attention. Chas. Hayward, 
Pre..; A. Hay ward, Sen. ; .F._Ca«eJt on. Mgr. 

1 Tf ""■"j' "'iTaN N a . UN D V. RT A K E W — "T' A R - 

VV . loi-H ti20 Yates St, Grnduato tJ, H. 

follegr of l-;rnli.iliiilng. ..Conlrnelor to H. M. 

^avy, JOXUti) phone 11)8, Res. .ifhuno^.f Xl.-,-Hl 



,iH.- 1,1 urn t' 
■ward. 



■ I KKY.S,' "FINDKH 
• l.inlBl nfflre rind re. 



"l,-MJl".NT>'-A FRENCH POODLK m *C,. 
1^ Apply B' ft N. Railway 



I. 



OsT-imOWN LEATHER PURSE 



E. 
money. 



A N train containing sum 
Rew.ard Box 330 CoKiniat 



ON 
of 



widoviirs. ."l.-ie I'nlonlBl otfiee 



BOARD ANr> ROOM, 152 M*n«l«s •t'<'<^C 
;Ven minlKei from poS\ office. — ■"•- 



■ Prices 



almost new: <n»y termi 

S j7t)/m Bi"YS A FlltsT CI.,AS.S 6-ROO.M 
^'l-,«-l/\J' house, .« ...ir ffaiden and.lrult 
trees; thoroughly mo'dern and close, to High 
Sehonl arid 'enr, > ' ' ' 

" "~7r,/\ BU"VH ONE OP THE , BESI* 

, l-Ol' plHiined houses In t-lie city, !^ 

large rooiiis and good basement ; faig - 

elogeis In all bi-drooms. ih« most fastldloui 

xvonUl be pleased, wlihln— iTKtf mile ot city 

hal _^ 

m~T-S GOOD 8 ROOM Hi:^!'""" 

stone foundation; cotnent ".--.-■ 

(i'ood' (tnrden and shade, trees, oh tho h-'" 

pan oc iiak Bay avenue, fbout pnij-thU'i 

ftiTi!. of lend. , - '" . 



WANTipfD-^EXCAVATINtS, WEt,L DIG- 
glni and .corrorcto worlt R. A '«**"• 

JjiV-.2aAft-TJl,i.r<i.ter.e.'&k.., ' ' 



miMlefalr, 



■ ' . . ' ■ '» mV^ " xuKl ntlU' "TTtTANTEI>ii»"TO— PURCHASE. OLD MA 

,TURNIS»1ED ^^'^'^'^'^ .J'^%,^^„Z^^^^^ furnlltire, clock., grandfather 
comforlBhIe home; bPBt English tooK .J,„^_" „f.,„.' .,.„,„, ate. (lA. A. AaronSon, 



X comrorianie hom.t, ,,.--- — r"n,.„,i.^,.. 
iniT 11121 uuadra sireel, cjoso to.Fandoia 
iueViilear Une.: five nriinrtra' ^Valk Ifom 
government Street; phone LK.O. 



TTOLLIBH--766 COURTNEY (LATB RAEi 
XX T..1. LI8IR. Roor 
..moderate. Miss Hall. 



fiAXENHUHST. »n GOVERNMENT 

8 street cose p-nnT,iment huhdlngs, under 
new managem.n'l. is. Plnce for h'^ni" .'"''"-, 
?orts also table board: sur« , satisfaction; 
worth a trial. Phone '4441 



■"i 



-t.-,:„->: M wTTm.VN (SK OT.',?:li. ■ "WISHKP 
-a- sliuntlon ns' «""■»'■'>■ '''^ netting ; maid. 



R 



'(■SKOTi'B I. ■ "WISHES ,.,-■.., ," nniirt b-"-° 



0©M8^ND "board, terms. MODER 
pte. Angel Hotel. Langley street — 



op- 



BAGGAOB PRO.MPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by \\\p ."Victoria Transfer 
Co.. Phone 129. Office open night and da.v. 



clocks, coins, starnpB, etc «A. A. AaronSon, 
85 Johnson street. 



WANTED— SCRAP - BRASSj^ COPPER, 
sine, ' Iwtd, cast Iron, sacks and all 
kinds of bc'tles and rubber; highest cash 
prices paid. Victoria Junk Agency, 1620. 
Store street. Phone 1336. . . 



ANTIQUE JEWELERY. DIAMONDS, EN- 
gravlngs and Pictures bough'w *"'' ^'^'^" 
TBra. A. A. Aaronson. 85 Johnson atreat 



SCOTTISH REALTY CO. 

-I 1 X ACRE.S. half mlla seafront; Mm 
114 iandy bt-aHn^ aVL_Iiai^-mr:ri™»- 
Kf,on logged and If a rtr« was run. tniouB" 
would niak,8 a flnb ■ho«'> or cattle P»»"^ 
For immediate sale: prjca JfS.OOO; ',s i ''' 



rROPKllTT rOB SALB 



X,^>iT<:^AfrniMNAnY. SALE O^ ALBERNI 

ij lots: 10 t.tautiriil vb w lolB,on thB 



Aiip!;,' Box. SIS Coloiiloi 



\JX fM->R I EN-CI'lD STENOG RAPHBB^R-TLt. 
Xi substitute or take permanent place. 336 



I 'olnnlnl. 



\"\1antK]i ^GLHik LADY PO.SI- 

VV lion nn eoinranlmi nr'.ftftmpanlon help 
"r .. 1 Excellent rcWfsance*. 



In private fninlly: 
.Vpply Hox 331 



^t^m^tJti^K^ 



PROPKRT* WANTBD 



OHT- -SILVER ;^^WATCH 
Gordon Hoad a»id GoodH' 
house. Reward tor return to 
street. 



L^ 



between 

uljou'.ller 

.■.sion 



VKTERINARV SCHOOLS 



SAN FRANeiS"CO VISTERINARY 
leg.'. Catalogue mailed tr« 
iicant,. HU8 Marlt.B.t..atEBB.W-.S;JBV=.i...-,-: • 



> » nue; ,.. 
373 Colonist. 



\ 

BUI! 



L«>T ON 



L1NX).EN - 

,. ,.■,-.. u ..Vill 



AVE. 



TO RENT 



TO RENT— GOOD MODERN AND LP. 
to.dn,ie glore., close t<» the new Bank 
of (•omm<'roe' Bld^.. on Douglas "f"-'}!, ». 
splendid location for .«, barber shop... Went 
I35 " "onth. • Appiy-J3nu)lra Realty t'q-i «!•: 



Yates Btreet 



rScrBBNT-NICfi; SUITE pl^ OFPRTBS IN 
J the Bowriass Block; rent reasonable, 
.vnnl v Wm. Bownass. I UP Broad strpet , 

T tST YOUR BOARD ANP BOO.MS "WITH 
!v ,.. warburton .«-- '- '""^' '•.over,„„..n. 



retnarknble terms "f *' .„j''^>^''"Ll"^,„ii 
ivr.eklv, Prlre $100 each. These «:re tinge 
lo school; cBsv to -get HI: »»I lewl ant" 
staked off. ^'rlt*' Box t|U "'-*-■—— ;^ 

$""oA7ik <' AP" ' ^ * l'^ ^" ■" TERM «. BUYS 
-<UV| Fftlvfteld l«>l, "or Ivnise nivl hot, or 
Ims acre. CoqUltlim, Gambler '«'i.i».l or 

,-!h,,"wnt(rnn Lake. 'Roob 2. IW^ ' c 



-^ .ACRES. 35 ACRES CI f.X' VAT HI'. 
<«.) large b&rn., "Win .hold... «« tons, im-, 
«-room house; large trout- < i:*ek inn-, 
through property; station on on" corn 
l .nV' l.otto"m land. A fine d.-tlry lurpt. 

QA ACRES. X ACRIJJS CULTTVAT'BO;' 40 
oU Bcreii good fmuer. Land Is -i 'V" 
binck loam. B:.»s>n,'i.t. Imvn •^(■l;l'-'<?'' 



-THE^LOBE REALTY CO. 



Roam 7. {il*iioD Biic. 



Vf 1 n ui"- n t .St 
■l.l. 141 J. 



Y\7 A NTBD=--EO-UJ.t ._1"JJ 
V V ; biiah-Oaiul;. 



hood of Gordon Heae. 

Hnrmun & Apple l.m^5j 4 \ates siree l, 

\XTANTED—TfT" EXCHANGE- 26 ACRISS 
VV improved Kaanlelv property tjt: Victor a 
property. PHoPb H2519. lOJilJ ..HuUon - St, 



(l;i" ■ ' 

Adelf" 

843 

TO LET -ROOMS 
> to -7^0-vFarl•-sU• 



lrt■ BALE NICK FIVE 
bath and electric light. 
. <M i..,t t,0xl20. 133 
P.O. Box 



1>ARKY)AUE is HVfe hlorks fl- ■ "• 

-.'line. The lots are each fiO.Mi::'.. r.^-- 
Offored at »1S00 with $2:. ensh and $10 
monthly. InvestotH have already made r,o 
■per cent 'on lots; purehftseil ther. . Pem- 

h.-rton ft Son. 01 4 Fort streyl. ^ 

^i,.T' Pi wT H( il.^K. VICTORIA "WEST, "6NE 
'l^L,i-)UU liloi-lc fpwT» — PW^v — l^lve.-- e.w-fn»r 

■ l>ark; l;i; -" 
> Son, 1; ' 




$:>,'"')< 'I 



.11; I'lI'Cj', 

1 pi\!l,lV UIUI' 



ftTRt-UASf'iS A GOING CO 

_,, ,_ eerily at 

riineh h»ar, Siianlchtoh 



$iS,500 ' 'eeriv""at i'ruu ^ and poultry 



I run tr 
easy tei 
Btreet. 



'XcTi 



'"• < '-'(•\/"t im'Vh' an - -- . , 

>> I . ( ' H/ tin,h •"wi'lh bemitittrt •,m«d»rft'- 




.iFFP'R APPLY 
■ Mr DnuglnB St.. -- j 



e,-»ch noxf.i. , 
.r lines, 0^1 e 
mbcmou &, & 



.IGl . ■ 
no rock ._ 
Bsv terms 



• no.Y . , 1 ,,.CT "-. 

iJaa, 611. .Kbit Blt.«;t | 



,11 i-liv'iiorirovementB, Blnlile, ' etC^i 

--iiu?t outside li.e . ' ■■.-r!iK-jind-..»:Hlihi flvfl 
'>VO j mlnntes of enrlln ^ 

I OBI' 

$,S00 



.\ 



1. \ KTS. 






•ismmmsma 



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I 



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Thursday, August ^, 1910 



VIGTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



17 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



A BY-LAW- 



To anthoriz* (h« euterlng: Into an agrree- 
maut with the British Columbia Tele- 

V pliona Oompauy, Itlmlted, coucernliig' 
tha ramoval of telephone polea and 
OTarhead wlrea from certain atreetv, 
and to rai»e the eum of $100,000.00 on 
debentures for the puriiosea therein 
■•t forth. 

WHEHKAS the Corpoi'i'-llo.ii "f the 
City of Victoria Im.s arrangeil an ngrfo 



1!)11, or ut tli»nf><4<Mv-«l'— the . Conipniiy 
(»■> i»o.-r.iiUiit;uiaLjl«,.m._. miX-iliut'' \\\wn «lx 
inoiiih.s' tiuiictr; lo 1)16 lii'ljontiire .ijoldiriM, 
.siu'li (Ip.hyiiiurc-s In nii.l)i,-i' ciise t'o" bear 
itUuri'Mi. liieroon tif tlie, rule of four iier 
ci'nt. (\%) per annum lin llui lll.st iluj\bf 
January uhd Jvily In etich >eiir. 

T.WliPn ttie City Eleotriciun or' tln^ 
City Kn«lni'<'r slmll (•ertiry in writliiK: 
Ihnt tlie t.'ompany linvu expemleil SlTi.- 
tiuO.OO on said- worlds, iho City will li.imi 
<ivi>r aiiil rtelivor to tlio Company tlebun- 
tincs. hoiiiif a portion of tt)ot(ai>l- ifiHiii^ of 
t'lio ]iai- value of li.^i.Ono.DO. ami there- 
after wtu'Tiovor an ndillt ional $25,000.00" 



iJity or V etorla lias arrange.i an „«.>--- ^i,.,,j |,,,,.,. ,,een exjK-n.le.l ami have heen 
njent wUh , the Brit Ush (^'lu"*''' ,l'lic- , &Q..c,«.^ti-fl.et^-bv-H■h^i^^ ICKh- 

phone Conipany. whMi ..atrantemM^ q,^ „,ill ^ t^ over mi'.rtio:- 



Hct f nrtli In Hn'Tis^rpem'erit appni%'t^'~1jy 
the Council and executed hy the Com- 
pany, and wlihli .<iald agreeiJ1{mT~ls In 
the ivurd.s and I'lgures, following: 

THIS INDENTURE mado In duplicate 
this ninth day of AuKu.st, In the year of 
Our Lord on,> thnu and iiiiu- hundred nn,d 
ten. 
BET'UniEX: 

THE COHrr>HATlo.\ i>i>' Till-.: CITV 
Ol'' VICTORIA, 
(Hereinafter called tHo CITY) 

of the First Part, 

— and-T^ . 

BRITISH COLJJJVIBIA TELEPHONE 
COMPANY. limitEu; 



(Hereinafter called the COMPANY) 

o,f the Seeond-PJirii-Lstijuct. alter and repair the 



WHEREAS the Company carries on a 



telpplione business In the City of vic-^tructed for the pur-pose of BupplyinR 



torla, in the Province of British Colum-. 
bia and carries Its cables alhtl wires upon 
polos placed in the sttr_^t« of the City: 
AND M-UEREAS the Convpany at the 
reqae-st of the j:;;ity tS^ consented to re- 
move ttg ' Said" piiles, c.able.s" antl'-wtres. 
from certain streets hereinafter set 
forth and to place Its cables j^nd wires 
in underground conduits In streets here- 
inafter mentioned and .to provide service 
b.v mean.s of underground conduits and 
poles In the interior of the blocks havlnK 
connection with the conduits iri said 
streets; 

AND WHEREAS by the provisions of 
Sectlon-JlftyLj 50). -aubsectlon 18"'(a) and 
18 (bi of the Municipal Clauses Act. the 
parties irerctcr iiave-the right to provide 
for such work to be done by the Company 
at the expense and cost of the City; 

AND WHEREAS It has been so agreedt 

NOW THEREFORE THIS INDEN- 
TCRE WITNESSETH that in considera- 
tion of the premises and of the mutual 
covenants hereinafter contained, and of 
the sum of One TSolIar ($1.00) of lawful 
money of Canada paid by each of the 
parties hereto to the other of them (the 
receipt whereof is hereby by them re- 
spectively acknowledged) and parties 
hereto mutually covenant as follows: 

l.-The Company will Immediately en- 
deavor, to secure such rights of way or 
easements oyer or through private pro- 
perty within the airea hereinafter men- 
tioned and also property abutting on 
Fort Street bet^'een Douglas anti Cook 
Streets and on Yates Street from Doug- 
las to Quadra Street.s as they may deem 
necessary for the purpose, aforesaid: 
Sfiould the Company hot be able to se- 
cure wlthotit payment therefor, all the 
rights of way or easements for such pur- 
; poses, the (nty undertakes ,to Immediate- 
ly provide same unde,r their powers in 
."jald Act set out. ■ 

2. Upon the Company or the City hav- 
ing acquired the rights and easement.s 
.vet oijt m Paragraph (1) hereof, the 
Company as contractors for the City 
shall Immediately proceed to construct 
and establish an /upderground conduit 
system for the carryinitr of cableii and 
wires for the use. and only for the pur- 
poses of the Company's bvislness, within 
the area lioundetl by the foUovylng 
streets, of the City, namely:. 
Wharf ' Street. Hvimboldt. Dbuglas, 
Burdette Aventie. Blanchard. Cormorant. 
Store- and Johnson .Streets, as shown on 
the plan attached hereto and also on 
Fort Street from Douglas Street to Cook 
Street and Yates Street from Douglas to 
Quadra Strwts. , 

Within such area tlie Company coven- 
ants on or before the 30th day of August. 
A. D:,1912. to completely . remove all 
their present overhead apparatus a?id 
.equipment of poles and wires, provided 
all such rights and easements shall have 
been obtained on or before the 1st day 
of January. A. D. 1912, still rendering to 
all ..customers of the Company a satis- 
factory service. 

7,. For such purpose the Compoot 
shall have autlrorlty to enter upon all 
and every road, street, alley, or thor- 
oughfare within the said area, and Fort 
Stiteet between Douglas and Cook 
Streets, and Yates-'Street from Douglas 
to Quadra .Streets, and to dig up • the 
road bed therexjf, feub.leeti however. tT>, 
and the Company shall first obtain, the 
written direction of the City Engineer. 
•-wlVO""TrtTJrtl; have sole authority to direct 
- at what particular point and at what 
particular time the said road, street; 
alley or thoroughfare shall be dug \ipii 
and'ln what order as to time among the 
'Various streets:' , 

PROVIDED, however, -that the said 
work Shall ho carried out mr expedltjous- 
Iv as possible with as little Inconvenl"- 
ence to the public traffic as possible.- 
and all and every street or streets re- 
stored or replaced In the same condit ion 
as before the work or repair was com- 
menced. 

4. The Company agrees to provide, 
erect, and maintain all reqtilsjt.e bar 



and to provide, keep and maintain stich 



_, -Ity 

.liver to the Comi'>nuy furttier dobentun-.s 
of the par value' of $25,000.00 In-etai'li in- 
.'itnnoe until the Company nhall have ex- 
r»eniiud the Bum !,>^ $75,000.00 and sha.U 
tmve received <lohohture.« of a i^ar value 
of tlint KU.m. Tht» Cil.v will hand ov,er to 
the said Company, the balam^e of the said 
dol)entui:ea when the City Engineer or 
(^ity Electrician, shall have certified tiiat 
the whole of tlie work inentloned In Par- 
:iKraph (2) hereof has been completed. 

>;..Th<» City fjhaiU upon the suij'iciont 
tnmpietlon of the work of establishing 
and construction of ttrr'snttl-contitiH'-sjy*- 
te.m ^ Ive authorIt.v and suffer and per- 

iiiil lIto Convpany to e.\clusi and 

operate the same nntt-to-mni' con- 

con 



dults, wires and other-appaFatu« jjQ-:con- 



.telephone service until default forjthree 
months be made on the part of the tele- 
phone C omp any in the i>ayinent in the 
next paragraph provided for: 

PROVIDiiD, that should tlic Cohipfthy 
at any time wltliin three nionllis aftor 
any such default pay to the -City the 
principal and interest then in default to- 
gether with interest on the ovtrrUue in- 
terest at the rate of Five per cent (5%) 
'per annum- then the^-righiB-of user of 
the Company Bh'all continue in all re- 
epccts as If- no default had been made. 

9. The Company shall frpRi apd' after 
the date of Juch' handing over" of ' s'uch 
debentures, and during the whole- life 
thweof make u semi-annual payment- to 
the Clty-e<tu*t.l in amount to the intere.st 
and sinking fund upon the amount of the 
said debentures on the latlj day of Janu- 
ary.^und JuiJ' in eaph year, — - 

10. Upon payment by the Company of 
all the semi-annual payments of Inter- 
est -and-«lnklng fi^nd upon the said de- 
bentures lite City will grant and convt^ 
or otherwise transfer to the Company 
free of encumbrance the whole of the 
works so to be constructed, and substitu- 
tions and additions thereto and Which 
have been herein agreed to be vested In 
the City and also all 'figlU-a,. prdp'erty. 
powers and privileges obtained by the 
('."ompany or the City as aforesaid or en- 
Joyed by the City under said sub-sec- 
tions 18 '(a) and 18 (b), so far as the 
same* relate to . telephones, to the end 
that the City shall vest in the, Company 
all the title the-Clty shall have In the 
underground system to be completed un- 
der this agreement. 

11. In event of the Company requiring 
the City to Issue debentures redeetha-ljle 
as provided In CJaiiso. 6) hereof, then the 
Company may at any time hereafter pay 
to the City a sum Which adOOd to the 
amount of sinking fund which at tliie 
time o-f such payment shall have been 
already paid to the City be sufficient to 
redeem the said debenltjrtis. and there- 
upon the City will grant and convey, or 
Otherwise tran.sfer to the Company free 
of encumbrances the whole of the works, 
substitution.^ and addltUmti so. to be eon- 
■strucieia, which have been herein agreed 
to' be vested in the City and also all 
rights, powers and privlleg o ri o))ta lned 
by the Company or-Jthe City as aforesaid, 



roquired to Ue delivered under the terms 
of the said asreement. — 

A.N'D WHICKE.XS a petition under Sec- 
tion 6!) of ttio Municipal Clapses Act has 
b'een presented to the Municipal Council 
of the. Corporation of the- (^Ity of Vic- 
toria/, signed by the ow.H«rs of more ttian 
one-tentli of real property in the City 
o# Vleto.pl*-«m-)y+t*«vn by the last revlsejl 
A.«i«o«sniont Roll, requesting , the City 
(■■■ouncii to introduce a By-Law to .raise 
the said sum of One hundreji thousand 
doHTirs-rSTtTfrOOO.OO) in and for the pur- 
po.ses aforemtld. and the ("'onncll desire 
lo give effi'Ct to such petition In-man- 
ner hereinafter appearing: 

ANTi WHKRl-^AS tlia- whole rateable-j-; 
lanrTaiid improvements or real property 



seetlons 18 (a) or 18 (b)^ to the end that 
tlie,_Clty shall vest In the Company a|l 
tlie tTETe tKe'-Ctt^'-BtTall have In the un- 
derground sy.Mtem to be completed under 
this agreement. 

12. If at any time the Co!iipHft'j;''^ahalt 
find It necessary to, excavate, open up. 
reconstruct, alter, nialritaln. or repair all 
or any of the said conduits, or to affect 
any repairs to any of the fixtures or ap- 
paratus used in connection with the said 
system the' company shall have the 
power. In so far as the- City are author- 
ized to give the same, to enter upon and 
do said work, and If necey<sary, shall for 
such purpose ha\*. upon obtaining per- 
mission from the City Engineer power to 
block or divert the vehicular. or passen-^ 
ger traffic temporarily as may be sanc- 
tioned bv sttch permit: > 

PROVIDED, however, that tlje work 
phnll he carried out a.n expedltlovtsly and 
with as little Inconvenience to the *r>HblJr 
traffic as possible, and the streets, or 
street, restoren or repla ced In. the name 
condition as' 'before the work or repair 
commenced,, . ' 

13. The Company undertakes, when re- 



quested so to do in writing, to. al ter or 

change, at its own expense, the locatl<.n-r^f"{h'5.-"Vi.srdiCv^ 6V"'.ra^^^^^ 
of any conduit.-cable. wire. or other appll- .,„,, p,,fj,, j^p ^^^^e payable In fifty 
ance constructrti — w affixed to "tlie In- 
terior of any of th6 btOcks pursuant to 
the provisions of tlils agreement, and re- 
place the same in some q'ther conv enient 
position In said block or any of them 
Wln'nev^r or so often as such alteration 
and reptaerng Is made necessary by reas- 
on of the constructlon'of a new building. 



IN WIT-N'ESS WllKREOF the parties 
lion'lo have caused their reKiieuilvi; cor- 
porate , sew l.s to-be lit-reuiUo affixed tlie 
ilay untl year flisL uPovo written. 
Tlu! Corporate Seal of llie Corporation 
of the f^lty of Victoria 'vas ii.r.-nnln 
a.ffi.'i'ed in the pre.=;ence of. 
Irfeal] 

The Corporate Seal of the British Colum- 
bia T 
lirre;; 
of: 
[Sen it 



pointed the Returning Officer Of the said i No. 516, the "Sewer Loan Guarantee 

By-law, 1908, No. 5B7, the "Sewer Loan 
Loan (luarantee By-law, 1009," No. B'JX, 
the "..Sewer Loan Guarantee By-law, 

1309 (No. W," No. 6 Hi, he aul'ficlenl to 
provide tlie^' annual interest on the 
moneys frxim lime to tinie borrowed on 
the security of the debentures issued 
hi'i'OUndi-r, an<l tin- annual slnliinK fund 
for the 



vote. 

10. W. BRAIiLRY. 
Acting 17. 
City C^lei-k'M Office. Vielnrla, 
August JTth, lUlO. 



M. C. 

B. '.C, 



k BY-LAW 



porate Se,Ti of the 

fli'iiliu'ne ("^omiiuny 



1 1 i'i\ •• I 



liuny. Llnilloii. 



To Enable the Borrowing of. a farther 
■ uni of 9&0,000, secured upon the 
frontage Benti or Taxes mid Sewer 
Couneotion Rental, with the guaran- 
tee of the City Of ■Victoria. 

WHJiREAS, It is int..-n.l.-.| to borro* 
upon tlie spcurt'ty of ri-nl.s ytv taxes and 
Kewor connection rentals, impoHed i>y 
the Sewi'f.s' liy-law, ■ i'HOL' (.\o. .loO), llie 
further stiih of $50,001', \., l,.- t-xpeudid 
In and for the eKtep-sloi, .n Uie sewers 
within the City of Victoria, .and the re- 
payment to priiporly owners of a .lum 
of $2,220. advanced for special sewer 
conHtriiclion. undi.'r By-iaw No. <i'94: 

AND VV 11 ERIC AS. it is prqposed to 
give (iie guarantee of the Corporation 
for Kecuring the moneys so Intendod to 
bo borrowed: 

A.M> WHElti;,\.s, the said "Sewers 

1902,"" was validated by'SeTctlon 2'.i. ol 

debentures at such times as the same are i (-),^pt^,j,i42, of the sfiitutes Of 190:1-1 In 



It shall be lawfu) for the said Mayor 
In his discretion to alternatively cause 



Id Mayor 



said debentures at a rate belo.»i, par, and 
to authorize the Trea.Hurer to j^ay'oiiTof 



each of the said delientures to be made, the same s<i raised hy the sale of the 
executed and issue*! for an amount af I said debentures all expeose connected 
1100 Htorling and on.' If necessary, foriwllli iln- preparation and engraving or 
fi. Ies.s sum 'in' sterling money to com- lithographing 



plete the authorized isHur 

3. The said debentures shall bear diite 
of the (lay alter tin.- Ilnal iJiisKiiiK of Ihls 
and shall he . made payable in 



W. I'W ItlUO.X, I'resulenl,. 
i;k<i. II, HALSl'3, Secretary. 

""^\.'nD WHEREAS the e-fptfn.M'e-' and cost 
of till- work withlu the said urea and e-"^- 
Loujuons thereof, a.s ih Panigrapli 2 of 
said agreement sof out. 18 e.srimated at 
On<> liunilred thXiuKand dollars ($100,-- 
000.00), and It Is proposed, by this By- 
Law to authorize the raising «*f said 
slxina-'.aud; the dftll Very of the authorized 



paymt-nt of the principal IJy-lavv. 
money.s due upon the dobeiituroH iHHued j I wenty-n\f years from fald dale, at 
hereunder shall. Immediately upon re- | sucii placi-, elllli'r in the Dominion of 
eelpt tliereof, be set aside by the said j Canada, (ireat Britain, or the' llniteil 
i.'lty Tieasurer and placed li.(' him to a U- tales of .-Vmerlca, as may be deHlgnated 
.separate account with the bankers -of ] thereon, and Hhiill liave attached to them 
tluf ('<H'i)oratlon of \'lctoria, and there- j eoupons -fiir llie iiaynlenl of Interi'st, 
out .shall be paiii the coupim.s or interestiand tlie slKuature of the interest con 



upon Uui saiil delienluros en- liorrovveil 
moneys, as the same .shall from lime 
lo time fall due, and tlie moneys to pro- 
vide tlie said annual sinking fund sliall 
be placed on deposit, and wltli the inter- 
est thereon, shull be allowed to accu- 
mulate and (.hereout .shall tie paid the 



pons may he either written, stairiped, 
printed, llthograiihed or engraved. 

4. The said debentures shall bear in- 
terest at the rate of four rVer cent, per 
annum from Uie date thereof, payable 
liaif-yearly, on the 21st dky of .laiiuary 
and 21st day of .luly, at suoli iihu-e. 



of the City or~Vtetorla. according to thtPt raised upon "the security of the same 



.last revised As.sessment Roll for the 
ye^ 1910 was $32. 089,937.00; 
^-"^ND WHEREAS the total amount re- 
quired to be raised annually by rate for 
liaying the debt ■w'KIch will be created 
herein and the Interest thereon, and for 
creating an annual sinking fund for the 
payment off of the Siaid del)t within 
flfry-~tSO) years fs Four thousand six 
hundred— -and. fifty-five dollars (*4,- 
655.001; -=- • ■ ^-2— 



AND 'V^'HEREAS this By-Law may not 
be altered, or repealed, except with the 
consent -of the' Lleutenant-Governot-ln- 

Councll; 

clpai I anci levied anff to be coiiected' anntialiy 



Council of th6 Corporation of the City of 
Victoria enact.s as' ifotlows: 

1. The terms of tiie agreement herein- 
before fully set oiit in the recital of this 
By-Law shall be. alfid the same are here- 
by at'cepted, and the British Columbia 
Telephone Company. Ltnvlted. are hereby 
autho,ri7.ed to have, hold and exercise the 
rights and privileges in the said agree- 
rnent mentioned or referred to; subj«ct 
to the covenants, conditions and restric- 
tions binding on the said Company in 
the said agreement -set forth- 

2. Forthwith after the requisite as- 
sent of the electors of the City of Vic- 
toria entitled to vpte thereon shall have 
been given to th^ final passage Of this 
By-Law, the said agreeinent shall forth- 
with be erxecuted by the Corporation, 
and the agreement when bo executed 
.shall forthwUli be carried Into effect and 
thfencefortli observed, and tlie said agree- 
nient so executed is hereby Incorporated 
with, and shall be deemed to form paj-t 
of-i andi be read with, this Bj'-Law in jio 
far as the same contains any covenants 
on the part of the Corporation and by the 
Corporation has to be performed. 

3. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the feald 
Corporation, by way of the debentures 
her-ain after mentioned, from any pec- 
son or person^ or .bf>dy or bodies corpor- 
ate, who. may be willing to advance the 



. . _ same as a, loan, a sum of money not ex- 

or enjoyed by the City uriapr'"8altl ■strb"TTi?<nlrrrjir In the whole "the ' sum -of One 



hundred t^housand dollars ($100,000.00) 
currency, or stQirllng money, at the rate 
of -4.86 2-3 dollars (o the onejpoun^ 
sterling, and to cause, all sucrr'STnns MO 
'i-al9<»d--Jir received to' be pai'l Jnto the 
KHHd^ "Ol^lh'e Ti-eaitur'erbf the said Cor- 
poration for the purposes and with the 
ob.1ect hereinbefore re(;lted. 

4.' It shall ' be lawful for' the said 
Mayor to cause any number o'f deben- 
tures to be made, executed an& Is.sued 
for the. sum of One himdred thous.^rtd 
dollars ($100,000.00). either In currency 
or sterling mnneiy (at ■ the rate afore 



($1, 000,00) or Us sterllnir equivalent (at 
the rale aforesaid) and all stich deben- 
tures shall be senled with the seal of 
the said Corporation and signed by the 
Mayor thereor 

It shall also be liwrul for the said 
Mayor I n his discretion alternatively to 
cause the' said—debentures, to be made, 
executed Und Issued for an amotmt of 
£100 sterling.' and one, kt necessary, for 
a leiss suni in sterling money to corn- 
plete (he authorized Iwiie. 

5." Thf said debentures shall bear date 

1911. 



so far as frontage rents or^Jpaxes ami 
sewer connection r'lil'al.s were thereby 
as.sessed and levied ui)on_Jiie- owners of 
land and buildings, and power was giv- 
en bx, the njeUlng, section to revoke and 
rescind the aasossment and levy made 
by the said reciting By-law ^upon occu- 
piers of land and bulblings, and, such 
nsse.ssment and levy upon said occupiers 
was accordingly revoked by lh.e."iiewers 
B'y-iaw." 11)02, Amendment By-Taw. 1901" 
(nurnbered 424):- 
' AND WHEREAS, the amount of the 

said frnntiipi.-- fotils ni-»tlivpa »nH snwer 

connection .rentals; chargeable for the 

10 is estimated at $25,528,10, ana 

the sum of $495,000 has been already 



under the -provi.slons of the "Sewer 
Loan Guarantee By-Law, 1902," JJIo. 402.- 
"Thu Sewer Loan Guarantee BJ'-law, 
1900," No. 45C, "Tlie Sewer Loan Guar- 
oiitee By-law, 1907," No. 516, "The .Sew- 
er Loan Guarantee By-law, 1908," No.; 
557, "The Sower Loan Guarantee By-' 
law, "1-909," No. 392, and the "Sewer Loan 
Guarantee By-law^ 1909, (No. 2)" No. 
CIC. 

AND WHEREAS, the moneys inten- 
ded to be borrowed pursuant to tliiti By.- 
law'.wlll bo primarily cliargeci and se- 
cured upo4i the frontage rents or taxes 
and sfjwer connection rentals, assessed 



under the anthorlty of tlie paid "Sewer 
By-law," 1902," now unen«;umbered, 
amounting to, $2,481.10; 

AND WHEREAS, the amount re- 
quired to be collected annually from 
the iariti^ — frontage rents or taxes and 
sewer connection rentals to pay Ipterest 
pon the said aggregate debt of $495,000, 
and to repay the said debts by sinking 
funds within fifty years is $23,047, and 
the amount to be collected to pay the 
Intei-est upon the said additional sum of 
$50,()a0 is $2,000, and to repay the addi- 
tional debt by sinking fu«d la $328, 
making together the aggregate sum. of 
$25,375, and having regard to additions 
since January 1st, 1910-, estimated at 
$500,- it iB' estima-ted that i l iurt; ■ will not 
be any deticlehcy: 

AND WHEREAS, It is proposed to 
borrow the said sum of $50,000 upon de- 
bentures as hereinafter appearing: 

AN1«RJ^VHEREAS, by the said recited 
By-law, No. 400, the said frontage rents 
or taxes tind sewer . connection ' rentals 
'when received arc directed to be carried 
to a Joint fund entitled "The Sewer 
Rental and Sewer Tax Fund." and are 
to be expended in the extension of the 
"seweraigt' system of the city, .and the 
-construction and maintenance of the 
same; and In maklrtg provision for and 
tlie payment of principal. Interest and 
sinking funds whore moneyis are bo'r,- 
rowod on the security of ihp same, and 
In 'SUch nianner and at such tjme or 
times as -t4t« -Municipal Council shall 
ffoihtlnie to time think expedient. And 
it is desired by this By-law to give ef- 
fect to such provlsloji: 

THEREFORK.— ttic Mnnlclpal Cotiticil 
of the Corporation of the City of. Ale- 
torla enacts as follows: — 

1. Thf? rtjoneys' raised under this .By- 
law shall he expended In the con.struc- 
tlon of sewers and for the purpose gen- 
erally mehtloned Ini tbla By-law, and 
for no other purpose. , \ 

i. It shall be lawful for the Slayt>r of 
(he Corporation of the City of Victoria 



shldl, each of th«i said debentures belnj? I kIT , .i r. j.< i. 

of the amount of One thousand dollarsT^, borrow upon the security, p^-imarlly 

of the said frontage rents or taxc^s and 
sewer .connecti op rentals, and by 'way of 



guarantee • upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by way of debentures here- 
inafter rijentloned,' frOm ahy person or 
persons, or bodies corporate, 'wlio may 
be willing to advance the sajive as a loan, 
a sum of nioney ju)f excee ding in .the 
whole the sum of $50,000 currency or 
sterling money; at" -the rate^of +.8(5 
iS^-ihfts dollars to the on« pound "sterling, 
and to e.ause all sucJi sums so raised or 
received to V^ paid into the hnndwwf the 
Treasurer of \\\^ said Corporation ^••for 



rif ty"Tonrs I the purpose and with thfr oti)ect- b "re i n - 

f .»m said datp, at =ucli Pi ACe or; places i be fore referrerl, to. The said gURranie<> 



prljjeiiial moneys bori-oweil. as" the said j Ui'-.the:,.ijiiilXif.rtan of (.:!anada, Cireat Uri- 
delienture-j issued lierounder .shall from | tain, or Iho United. Ktate.s of ,-Vmerli";i, 
tinie to tiiTio become due. . fas may bo express<-'l in the ,1. luMilnre 

■ \^. This Hy-lniv shall, before the (Inal 1 Inel coupon'r— — " 

pa.ssing thereof, reltelve the assent of' f). It .shall be laWful for llie -Mayor 



the eleetor.s of the said Corporation in 
the manner provided, for In Iho Munici- 
pal Cluunes Act., and shall ..take orf( ct 
on llie flav after the final i-ia.s.slng tlittre- 
I ', I'. ^ 

_^1 " Till,', r,\ i:n\ iiuiv ijoi ii,- altered or 
re'pealoil nave wltli Hie conwenl ol the 
Lieutenant-Governor in Council. 

11. This By-law shall be, clte<l as the 
"Sewer Loan (luarantee By-law, 1910." 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
IGth day of August.' 1910.? 

TAKE. NOTICE that the above Is a 
.(.rue copy of the proposed- By-law, upon 
'whlcli_tJifi_£flle of the Municipality wlU be 
taken at the building known as numbera 
1417 and- 1419 (Mr. Meston's Building), 
Broad Street, on Monday, the 29th day 
of. .August, 1910, that, the polls will be 
kept open between the hours of 9 o'clock 
a.rn, and_l_o'clocK iun-..flj)d-J]ia,t,^M:r. W. 
W. Northcott -has been appointed the 
ReturnlngLJifnter of the said vote, 

E. W. BRADLE«T-=--:= 
Acting C.M.C. 
City CTerk's- OfOce. 

Victoria. B.C., Aug. 17th, 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



To Aatborisa tbe Uae of Corporate Zaands 
at Spring Bidge for School Furposea -^ 

WHEREAS OM the application of the 
Board of Schoo) Trustees the Council 
have resolved to grant the corporate 
lands at Spring .Uldge hereunder de- 
scribed, also a suin of $13,000 In aid of 
the purchasje for the School Bpard of 
abxittlng lands, the whoje to be used as 
and for a High School Site, also to do 
certain works to make the site suitable, 
said sum of $13,000 to be raised with the 



school rate for the years 1910, 1911 and 
1912 aa may be called for by the prog- 
ress of the works. 

The Municipal Cnuncllof thp Corpor- 
ation of the City of Victoria enacts as 
fbllqws: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Council to 
use the corporate lands hereinafter de- 
scribed for school purposes: 

, SeBcrlption of Xtanaa 

Sections torty-eight (48) and forty- 
nine (49); —^ 

Lot elgbteen (18) of Section Fifty- 
three (53), Map 205. 

Ltrts "C", "D", "E", "^F", of Section fif- 
ty-seven (57), Map 123; 

Part one hundred and fifty-five (155) 
feet b.v forty-four .(44) feet of Section 
Fifty-eight (58). in a square' block In the 
Southwest corner thereof; 

Lots ^'A", "B", "D", "E". "F", of sec- 
tion Sixty-four (64), Map 123; / 

South half (H) of Section glxty-flve 
(65); ■ - 

Part one hundrei^ and fifty- five (J 55) 
feet by eighty-eight («8) feet of North 
half (%) of Section Sljfty-flve (65); 

South half (S4) of Section Fifty-four 
(.54), except that part thereof conveyed 
by Maria Goodacre to, George Stelly by 
deed dated the 14th Maich, 1895; 

All In Spring Rldgo, Victoria City, and 
said lands shall henceforth be held by 
the Corporation., for school purposes. 

2. Tht^ said sum of tl 3,000 shall bo 
paid out of corporate fhoney? and raised 



school rate for the year 1910, and the 

cost of said works to-be raised with t he [passin g thereof, receive the assent of 



to. ciiuftft tin; sakl debentures and 
iiiteresl coupons, either, or laitli. to bo 
made payaiile at such place, either in 
the Dominion nf Cannda. Great Hrltnin. 
or , the United Slal's "T .Mi!eiic.-i. a- m.iy 
be desired. 

C. It .shall be lawful for the Mayor 
of the said Oorporalion to dispose of 
the said (ieheiitures at a rate below par. 
and to autliori.zt,? the Treasurer to pay 
out of thQ, sums so raised by the sale of 
the said debentures, all expenses con- 
nected' witli tl)e preparation and engrav- 
ing or lithographing of the debentures 
and coupons, or' any discount or- com-; 
mlHsloH or other charges incidental to 
the sale of the. said debentures. 

7. If deem ed ad visable by the Mayor 
there shal]. In tlve "sald'Oebenturesr be 
reserved to the Corporation the , right 
upon any future consolidation of the 
debenture Indebtedness of ' thO-City lo.. 
substltilfe debentures of such consollda- 
l l on B e -cured upon tha-credlt of the City 
generally. Such consolidated^ deljen- 
tures sliall contain the- llko~cdT-eii'a'nTB7' 
conditions and 'restrictions as are con- 
tained In the debentures. Issued, in pur- 
suance of this By-law, and In 6ach de- 
benture issued hereunder a cla.use con- 
ditioned for such substitution may be 
Inserted. 

8. For the purpose of raising annually 
the required sum for the payment of the 
Interest on the said debentures during 
their currency, there "shall be ral^ed..an- 
nually the stlm of $2.000,, and for the 
payme'iTt" OfT'or'Ttle -tlcbt— ^t-- maturity:- 
there uhall be raised annually the sum 
of $1,200.60, and both suins shall be 
raised annually . by a rate sufttclent 
therefor on all rateable land and Im- 
provements or real propwty In the City 
of Victoria during the continuance of 
the said debentures, or any of them. 

9. This By-law shall, before the Anal 



the electors of the said Corporation in 
the manner pf-ovlded for- In the Munici- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take effect on 
the day after the final passing thereof. 

10. This By-law may be cited as the 
"$50,000 School Loan By-law, 1910." 

Passed /the Municipal Council on the 
lath day of August, 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above is a 
true C9py' of t h e proposed By-law, upon 
which the vote of the Municipality will be 
taken at the building known As Numbers 
1417' and 1*19 (Mr.. Mestori's Building), 
Broad Street, on Monday, the 29th day 
of August, 1910, that the polls will be 
Kept open between the hours of 9 a.m. 
■a.nd 7 p.m., and that Mr. W. W. North- 
cott has been Appointed the Keturnlng 
Officer of the said vote. . 

E. W. BRADLEY. 

Acting C.M.C. 
City Clerk's Office. 

■ Victoria, B.C., Aug. 17th, 1910. 



of the (ielx-n tines and 
coupon."*, or any di.S!;.aiuiU or eiunmission, 
or other charges Incidental to the sale 
of the said debentures. ... 

7. if deemed advltiable "bV^ the Mayor, 
there Khali, in the .said debenturee, be 
re><erved lo the Corporation the" right 
upon an.v future coiiHoliilaiio.n of tlie, 
(lebeiit ure.s iiiilebteilneHH of the C'lty to 
.siihwtilule- (lelienture.s of such coimOlida- 
lion .secured upon the credit of the i-'ity 
generally. Svicl) con.solldation deben- 
tures sliall cQiitain the like covonantK, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained in the diSl)enliire.s i.ssued in pur- 
sua'ni*e of this bylaw, ami in eiich de- 
benU.'re l.ssueil heremaler h elaUHe con- 
ditioned fur Mirli f.ii!i-^l It 111 i'lii may !h- 
inserted. 

K. l'"or lLui..'..p.Lu:poso of nilKliig aunu- 
all\ the required KUiii for frie paynienl 
1.1' ii,e interest' on the said dehenturoH 
iliii'iif. ilielr ourrene.v, thcro shall be 
rai.sei.1 annually tlie"Kum of $ri.OiJO, and 
for Hie purpose of creating Hie sinking;' 
fund aforetiaid for the i)a>nnent , off at - 
the debt at maturity Ih. r,- shall be 
raised annually' the suin of $lli|.'.;r. and 
both said sums .shall bo riiised annuiilly 
by, a rate suffclont therefor on all rate- 
able laiul and ImprovemontH or real 
proper.ty in the. city of Victoria during 
the contiruianee of tlie 'said dehentureM, 
or any of them. 

. 9. Thhs bylaw shall iM^fore the (Inal 
passing thereof receive the a:sHe7il of 
the electors of -the said cori'oratlon in 
tlie manner provided for in the Munici- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the fifth day after the (ln;il iia.-^.sl riK' 
thereof. ' . 

10. This bylaw may be clie.i as tlie 
Dallas Road Foreshore Ilyla.w. 1910. 

Passed the Municipal Council on the' 
15th day of August, 1910. 
.__.TAKE NtrriCE that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposed bylaw, upon 
which the vote of. thj; 
be taken at the bull 

"Numbers 1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston'.s 
building) Broad street, on Monday, the 
29th day of August, 1910, that the polls 
■will be kept open between the hours of 
9 o'clock a. m. and 1 o'clock p. m., and 
that -Mr. W. W. Northcott has been ap- 
pointed the Returnin g Officer of tho 
sJ&ld vote. 

E. W. BRADLEY, 

Acting C. M. C. 

City Clerk's Office, Victoria, B^ C. 
August 17th. 1910. 

ii . iiii i .i ' i II ■• II ' 



h e _rn uniqjinallty will 
illdiWg" known as" 



A BY-LAW 



A BY-LAW 



To Balse $75,000.00 for the Protection of 
, the Foreshore of Sallaa Boad 

WHEREAS Hie Council of tiie Corpor- 
ation of'the"City of Vi ctorM have decid ed 
chat It is necesi^ary tOT?rect a permanent 



with thfT-scTiooI rate for the year 1910 ; pi'otection tt«ainst the action of the »ea 
for the purpose.s herein recited, and there I on the foreshbre beneath Dallas lioad, 
shall be paid out of tho rorporate moneys eommencing at a point approximately 
in the vears 1910, 1911 imd 1912 the pro- J 300 feet Easterly of where, Montreal 



either In (he Dominion of Canada, Great 
Britain or the ITnlted States of Awerlea. 
ns mnv In the discretion of the Mayoi* b^ 
designated thereon, and shall haVp at- 



tached to th,<»nr T*onporr» .for t-he--p«->^«vt- .g/^^ 



of interest, and the signatures to the In 
(en><<t enijpons may he either, wi'lften. 



rebuilding or the alteraMonor extenaioij gi^rp^pfi pflnted or lltHogranhed. 



of any bnlblmg In said block Or any of 



6. The said debent'urc'i shal! "BeHf In- 



them,"and so that the (^ompany Will at all j ^^^^^^ ^, ^,,p, .^ate „, f„gr per cent, per 
'!'"?;■'_''" '^"?.':^^'"^V''!..'?ALr''5-^!'''-?l.^T.A^^ from the date thereof, which In 



riers, fences and other proper protection matter.s and things which new conditions, Vp-.p-^:" ,,,,_„ f; p.,vable half-vearlv bn 

—^ ""'" "'"*" ""'' ..ntnt.ln «„ch1, ^^3, propeky"' affected J^^^y .r^^^^}J\^^T^\.T.\ll ^t ^ 

de- 

ther 

Brlt- 

ns 

nd 

pon. 

14. Except as herejn set forth no statu- 7, if the British Columbia TelepTione 

tory or other right of the City or of the Companv. Lltmitod. so, roqnest In writing 

Company shall be abro.eated or waived by hnfore the issuance of the, first aeries of 




Engineer's opinion to keep any roadway 
open for travel for the use of the public, 
"(for such width as the City Engineer nmy 
direct. The Company also agrees to'bro- 
■vlde a Rufficle^nt ' number of" "NO 
THOROUGHFARE" or Other proper no- 
tice.'! which thev most cause to 'be 
placed and ms^Intnlrted In good' order' -In 
consplcuouff nlaces wherever any rond- 
wav, sidewalk or thorouphfafe Is torn 



reason of .this agreement. After the date 
hereof, the Conjpany will not In any 
streets or squares of the City from 



sald.debenture"?, each debenture fluthor 

Ited hereunder shall ' be markcTT "Ue- 

dpiemoble at p.ar at, the option of the 



which it has removed, or at any future cit,v unon (giving six months notice to 
time may remove Its overhead telephone 
wires and system and substitute a ser- 




»npro 

"the same' to be done In an pfflclent nnd 
-patlBfactof v -rn an n o r, a nd' th e' C I 
rineer sba'l. have, the power to order nd 
dit tonal lichts to be nut o" Pt.+bV. rnni- 
pnrn-'s evn»nsn If in the CItv Engineer'? 
oniniop thev are or may ho i;equlred: and 
the Company hereby agrees to indRnl- 
nlfv, nnd save bnrmlPS«< the sntd CItV of 
pnd from all loss, enst or dnmag"' b''- 
reaion Of nnv net. m atter, cause-ai^tblnp; 
done or om'tted tfT'lTP^rnTn.e by the Com- 
panv for (he nrotectlon~"nt^"The THiblte 
fi'irlnrr their nneratlons. either jJf con- 
struction" or repair. 

5. The whole of the 'Works «irt' t.o b* 
constructed as -af'^'resnld. excpntlnsr the 
■ Central Station and conlenTs nhd alT tele- 
nhone Instr'imnets and wirl-ig within 
buildings. . but lnci\^idln«r the proportv 
rights. ' nowers and privllecres In the 
n1->ove dese'ribetl area, nnd on 'P'nrt 
Street hetweAn- -- T^nvMrlns- — and (Tlnnk. 



the holder thereof, sucb notice expiring 
on any interosr day.*' and In BUeh ai«»e 
*uch - de b e n tureii t — shal l be t H lcpTr~Tvyr"CKe 
h:nh1»>r thereof, subject .to t)in said tei^ms 
of redemption. 

S. If deemed advisable by the Mayor 

th«re— «tM+I: — In'-'t be ■ sald-^-rteben-trireHr^'e' 

, reserved to the Corporation tho right 

or- ovet' any such .atreets or squares. i upon anv future cOnsolldntlon of the de- 

15. The Comnnnv furthtT agree that h.,pp,p,. )nrij.b»OTint.K.. r.f. n... r'Uy ti- ruh 



oreafter when the"CUy sTiall pass IV- j stUute dehentu'-es o* such eonsolldntion 
LaWs foiT nT-rmanont ptivements tjnoff : secured unon the credit of the Cltv gen- 
the Local Tmprovcmeni; Clauses qf-thc^'spitHT-c— ^tch conpfltidated debentures 
Municipal Clau.ses Act. Which together | simll chr^tnln' the like cnvetiants co 
form ft continuous permanent/ pavement, ttons nnd re^ti-lcTIons nsHirp ToTitntned in 
leading from tli* area set out in Parn^Xi-lio.- deboTtnrO'i Isstied In pursuance of 
prapb No. 2 liereof, and furnishes the 1 th!" Bv-Lrw. nnd In' each .debenture 1»- 
Conipnny with permanent means of ftC- I p.„f.,i het-eondet-'n clause comlltloned for 
cE«S_J.o. nnd -diatributlon from, suitable jp„r-iT-fM*+*stltutlon ma'v be Itisertod ---— ^ 
points within tlio Ihterlor— ofTea.c,h bloek f „ ntirtni» tiiA >Mif-i.oti«v ^# f»,« .-« 1 , 
abutting, upon Such . street.s. the (?l>mpanv v.^nV-IJ^s th^re^haU be^rftl«e^ sn^^^^^ 
'Will lay condiiUs under such streets a"'^ h7ftnei^^B^ Tatfi on «il tttn r^^^^^ 
Tdace Its wires therein an.1 ^r^^^^^^ ^^^^^ \llvy^'1n^\y^^%^^^^^^^^ 
the necessary apparptda for an tinder- vi^^rla, »be mI'I snni -of Four thouXi-nrt 
ground telepliope Kysfem suo+l as \^ coi-j -'*'»- --» --' - -- rnqusann 



Street? obtained h- the <""mnanv or Cttv ,! ,^„,pf„„,p,,. „p;;7;Tf7in pie l ion therca r-tff 




AND the - Cwfttottmi„ -fur ther coven ants 



nn^er Paragraph (1) hereof, shall from 
day (o dnv. as 'be 'innie nro comnlet<^.l 
lie rind become the nbsolnte rironej-t y, of. 
and for all nurpouf^s vested In (be City 
suhl'ect bnlv ' to the evclosh'e rltrht of 
user hereinafter nrovlded: a'hrl In m-f. 
rn.Bnner.nII siJisHtntion"' for and nil nd 



use tlie • same nnd reniovc fjrom such 
.streets all their overhead ■wires. Cfibles, 
and nn_ their pole-i, ntiil puch conduits 
shfill tlier*>nfler vest in and become the 
rroii'pirtv of the r'omnan.\'. and the City 
wilt execute to the ("Companv nil, grants 
nnce<<snry to vest. In (he Coinpnn.Vi the 



ditfons to the is^d works or nnv ni;''* ! same conduits find nnv' rights of w'av'rir 
(hereof duriniT tli_e u«age of tn'»_'>»^e-.+w |„^yTfr -T.a.4,cnient.s . iiped In conpeellnn 



the Comnnnv. nnd "rlor to the fin.o) nnv- 
ment therefor 1i'>' tli'^ Pornieim-. ul'ill 1,... 

come and b" H'c .-il ' 

and vested In Hie snl.I 

(i. For the niirpnse jifei .-ujiM the ('lie 
sgrees to siibm" .before the noili .^,^^■ of 
Pfvntember. A. fv- -1-0«a.,.«..au'.7bi":-li> Hm 
plertors of the City entit.ied to. vote unon 
monev tiv-lnw to rp'v" the omn r^f Otio 
hundred thousand dol'nr«i ^$100,,ono.OOX 



tbecMVi^th. .niul ttierenfter the, (^omp,nnv 
.«h;tn have the same rights in resp<»ct of 
«:uch streets or Hie (eleiiiione fi\-,.etern to 



tho s<iTVi n*. T-'oer thoi)pn'''(1 ot.v hundrort 



■T'l'vjsr-'ftf ~f'*i-a-"ig;«tn-*- I'T; • ■Thl**""^ n,gj 



tenrkp, nr^d upon the nn"»«irie* of suf^h 
bv-law nurrees to Isatie' debeTT'Cnres to th»» 
snid nmounT ettber fTav^ble In ~T1f'v 
years from the list day of Jnnuary.-A. t>. 



be eonstnicte'l therein, 
,Iiv Clniise (12") here 
-t reels and <sy.«iteni 
therein within the 'ii'Vl 'ne . 
4-(V>—T4i's ngreementf shnl! 
'roni and after He i, .•.■«l-ii' 
B.V-T..P'"' njitboi 



inferv '1 



ri*t'-P(» jjnmintl^'' b v ■•p""'') ! t-i'*! "I (»fe»-p 

""''^ tlirrtng-'^ft'i'h flf VMS **!<! fifty- ffio) 
ye^rg. , ■ > ■ ■ ' -,.^. 

' 10, Th.l« .T1V.t"W Sh"!! -^^rxyw' ttiA 'fl'p''' 

nnislnt* thore^f, rpcrlVA-^tlip — f^.<(aH>,^'( f^f 
fV,i» f-Visr-tors of tl>n sp'd. '^or»>nrnHon In 
(bp •wpnn<»r "'•nv^'^pl, fO". |n tbo ■^''.,r,|p|. 

*vat .C'-^'sps Ar<t, p'"''! sWt'l fVe ..r^.-..t r,., 
tt'-P .F«'tTi''^(fi'>''--|(!rfi5l«--tl«'" flrisl 

therniri* • •-.-■,• • ' 

11. This 'Av-T-ttr jnftV be et't,,| .,.. t|,p 
T'r<(1pvn*rrie-''1 Tnlenbone B"-1',nTWk IHto 

n:,,.', ,1 !',,, "\r,,.,!,. ]„',,! P,,,,„,,n ,,'r, M.„- 



bindin 

I'l-- sa! 



berPin contained .sli.ii; reni)ec(i\ 
lire to the benefit ^f. nnd be binding 
tit»on, thp parties hereto,, tholr^gitccpssors 
and~6salgns respectively, v" 



>■■'- ol- fh eM,,t,-. > ;., .J ,,.„^ .ll,l„-M 

Ibe v'nte of t'le ^''nn ielnn'lt^- w"l 

il! I '-en '^ the l.^U'lln" 1cn,i-vivn 09 

,••1, i ynniTiera t tl 7 nnf' '''0 r>r- ATe»-(nn"<! 
iling ■Tf'HIilttlg') Brosd ««treet .,,1 "\I,, ,,,!.,,. ,1^ 

iv en- ;9th dav of Ainnist, 1910. 'that the noils' 
"vP' be ke'nt open hptwp^n Hi»/ hours o' 
n .nV'opk f'.ir. nnd 7 ovtopi*— T>:Tn-.,r^nit 
that Mr. "W, W. Northcott hfl^i lieen ap- 



of the city to be contained in the said 
debentures shall be in the following 
terms or as near lhei-e"to as may be'; 
"The payn»erft of the principal moneys 



this i*t^^>sn- 
ttlre at the respe.-tive dates when 'he 
same -tall due under the terms of tlits 
debenture. Is herehy guaranteed by tho 
Corporatlpi^ of the City of Victoria." 

3. It shall' he lawful, for the said 
Mayo* to caiisp any number of deben-- 
tures to be made, executed- and Issued 
for such sums as may be requlr-ed, not 
excoedlngr hmvevir. the sum of $50.(ni0 j 
either In currency or sterling money (at 
the rate of 4.Sfi 2-.1rds dollars to the one 
pound sterling), each of Hie said deben- 
tures being of thir amount of $1,0i)0 or 
Its sterling equivalent (at the rate 
aforesaid )f, and all .such debentures shall 
be- sealed with the seal of the said I'or- 
poratlo't) and signoil by the' Mayor there- 
rrfr - ' r .,' -. 



portion of the cost incurred during such 
years of the recltied works upon the said 
Site and the said moneys sO paid shall, 
l/e raised .nnntinlly wHh the school rate. 

3. "This Bv-law shall before the final 
passing thereof receive the assent pf the 
electors of the City entitled to. vote on 
monev By-laws. 

4. This By-law. may for all puiTjoses be 
cited as the "Spring Ridge Lands Au-- 
tb"rlty- Bv-lawV". . 

Passed the Munielnal Cornell this irth 
dav of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the .-tbovt; Is a. 
true conv of the pronosed By-law. unon 
wfilch the vote of the Munlclpnllty will be 
taken at the bfillding known aM Numbers 
1417 and 1419 MMr. Mesto n's Building) 
Broad' W!l'''et. op Mondn'\*. th<^ 29th day of 
AuKU«t. 1910. that the polls wllf be kept 
oppn betxveen the hours of- 9 o'clock a.m. 
and 7 o'clock p. m,, and that M r, W! W. 
Nnrthcfitt .has been appoliitpd (he Re- 
turning Officer n' tbp ''Sld vote, 
E, W. BRADLEY. 

" . Acting C. M, C. 

City Clerk's Office. Victoria, B. C.. 
A-iucUat 17th. 1910. ' 



A BY-LAW 



It shall bp lawful for the siild Mayor 
in hi."? dlp'oretlon to alternatively cause 
ench of the sa'M debentures to be made. 
executed and .Issued for j^n amount, .of 
'1 100 stcrTTrig, and one. i'it.ji§cessary, for 
a less sum In . Hteiiing money -to cotn- 
plete the-flrHttTTirlzed i.sKue. 
' 4. I'lii? ■y^bM^hfJltures- shall bear (late 
of the diiy after tTio''THiiarpas5Tng~'oFthi7! 
ByrluWi and shall bo payab le in fifty 
years from Hie said, date at such blitce. 
etth e ir' i n th e ,1 ' o m in i n n nfi (C an a da . . c; ! i:««a-t- -■ 



To Raiae SSO.OOO for School Pnrpos«^. 

WTiF:RKAS. the (""ounVn of the Cnr- 
porutlon of the City of Victoria are re- 
quired to rnlse the sum of $.50,000 gross 
On the reiiuirempnt of' the Board of 
School Trustees, for the .purchase of a 
"site and t'he erection of a new school with 
s-chi^ol grouml-s at the corner of Bank 
Street and Letghton- Street. nnd for cer- 
tain additions (o the school and grounds 
Ot Victoria West, and for the improve, 
ment of the' schriol site nnd grounds a't 
Kingston street_JnCliidlnK in each case 
the purchase of the necessary land: 
_ANr), WHEREAS, the whole rateablis 
Isnd and lmpro\'"efffe'nt8 of real 'property 
of (he said Corporation of the City Vif 
Victoria, nfrordlfig to thh last revised 
asseas-ment 



foil -ffop the year 1910, wa«- 



Britain or the HnLted States oT America,' 
aa_niny be designated (liereon, and shall 
li'iTvi' attached-:-to them coupons for I he 

.jamuU—iiC interest and the signathres 
of the intenst coupons hjay be either 
wrltti'.tr, stamped,, printed 01^ lit ho-" 
graphed. ' . , 

5, The sat^l d.ebenti\r«t. shall hear lii- 
lerost at the rate hf four .per cent, per 
annum froni' the .date thereof, which in- 
terest Hhall bo payable hall^yearly on 
the 21 St day of January And TFi'e 21st 
day o'f'.IUly, at such plape, either In the 
Dominion of Canada, Great Br'italn,. pr 
he United •states of America, as may 
V,e exprttssed in the debenture and cou- 
pon. ■ ,«r~.,..' • ,..'.■ 

B. It Shall be lawful for the said 
Mftynj'-tlT~<TSlis(> (he said debentures and 
Interest-.,- cau poll N. either or V)otti. 'to l>e 



Street produ.ced would touch the sea- 
s'liore; thence Easterly along the shore 
approximately 1G40 feet to tho Westerly 
limit of whei:e Lewis .Street produced 
would touch the seashore, protecting the 
said foreshore by ;neans of a reinforced 
concrete wall on plans approved by the, 
Engineer 'of the Department of Lands 
ami Works of the Province of IJrlHsh 
(Columbia anrl to extend from a solid 
foundation at approximately lowest tide 
to the height of the finished roadway on 
Dallas Road; . ■ 

AND WHEREAS it Hi, estimated that 
the said work 'will cost $100..'|00, of 
which Slim the City provides by Hiia By- 
Law. .$."5,000. and the Province of UritlHh 
Cqltimbl'a has- agreed to pro\lde ,$'jr)."OR0;' 

AND WI4KREAS (he whole ratable 
land and Impfcivpments or real property 
6i'the said Corpot^ation of the City of 
'Victoria according to the last revls^-d as- 
sessment roll for the year 1910, was ■$■)-•,- 
0S9.9.S7; ■ 

A.ND WHEREAS the total -amount re- 
quired to be raised anniL-illy by rate for 
the paying <if the debt which will be 
created hereunder nnd the Interest 
jthereon.- and for creaMng an annual siuik- 
'Tng fund foB the- payment off of (h>> said 
debt' within fifty years, according to law 
is $,'5.491. 25; 

a;s"D WIIKRKAS this By-Law -may not 
be 'altered or repealed except with the 
consent of the Lieutenant-(joveriior-In- 
Councll: J .■ 

THEREFORE the Municipal C9uncll 
of the Corporatlrm of Hw City of Victoria 
enacts as follows: > 

1 It shall be lawful for Hie Mayor of 
the Corporation of tt>e City of Vl<;lorlrt. 
to borrow upon the credit of the said' 
(i'orporation by way of (he debentures 
hereinafter iperiHoned. froni any pcr.<!on 
or persons, orjiody or bodiep -corporate, 
who rhny be willing to advance the same 
as a loan.js f.um of money . not exceed- 
ing in the whole the sum of $7fi.0oe. cur- 
rencv or sterling money, nt the rate of 
4.S(5 iJ-.S dollars to the one pound slerllng. 
and to cause all -such sum»-*<'> srabw"!- or 
received I o bP paid Into the hands of the 
,Tressurer " of the, said 'Corporation for 
tfie Ipurposen and wlt^ the object hereln-' 
.][iilacfi.j:fi.cl.te.d...-,. ...;._:.__.. ..,■.:.,.::,—,:..„,•- 

2; Tf shall be lawful for tlx»--*«ld Mayor 
to cause nnv number of debentures to be 
made, exeeutfvjl and Issvied for such stims 
na mny he req uired, not PJlCPedlng, Jo'iW- 
ever. the sum. of $75,000. e'IH)er In ciiF-' 
rency or sterling nin ni^y (at the rate 
aforesaidl each of the sftjd debentui*es 
betng oif the amount of;$'i.ono. and-,-aU 
•such debentures shall be sealed with (lie 
(tpf\l of t-be said Co'roornlion and signed 
by-the M«yor tliereof. 

'.It shall be lawful for (l.e- sii.l Mayor 
In Ills discretion . tn ■'nTtiprnately enuse 
each of: Hie^said, debenHire.s to be mnrV 
■Vvxecuted and Issued for an. n*nount of 
£100 sterling, and one If necessfvry for 
a loss sum In st'»rllhg monfy -trt' cam- 
pletP the authorized Issue. ; 

3. The snid dehenttir es s hall bear d,a(e 
o,f the fifth day after the final passing 
n'f this Rv-hiw, and ahnl.l be nindf pay- 



A.VD AVHKl'lfeAS. .the total amount 
I'dn^l+ed Po' be r.itscd nn.nun'ly by rate 
fiVi- pB,y:lng--the. AeM.-W'blctl 55^ilLJ?e„.cr_ertj:_ 
ted hereun.dcr and .'the Interest theretiin, 
and ^or creating an aiiiiunl sinking fund 
for the payment t^tf of- th.e snM debt 
wltliiti- iwentvrflvc years, necordLng to 
law. Is $.'^.2,00.fil>. „ J 

AND' WUr'ZREAS, it' will rei|Ulr>'fln 
annnafrnie of .il97 of one mill on the 
dbllar for paying the hew debt-*»tf in- 
terest: • 

A.ND W^I'EBRAS. tlils BV-lnw may 
not be altered or repealed except With' 
consent of the Llpu(ennntr(^overnor-ln- 
Coiii'u'll; ■ ■ • J ' '. 

THEREFORT:, the Municipal Courvsll 
of t^ie Corpora tim» -of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts as' follow.s:-'- ■ 

l.'I,:t shali-be-lnwfiiLfof the Mayor ofjftble in fifty years froni date, nt -such 
the Corporation of the City of X'lctoria nlaee,j>ltherMn Hie Dominion of ('a.nada. 
tff boi'i'ow upon the credit of Hie said fireaf BtjltfiTn. or tlie I'T^lfPiT'trtfltPs of 



To raise 815,000.00 for tho Erection of • 
an iBobltion Hospital. - ■ - 

"Whereas the Council of th-e Corpora- 
tion of the City of Victoria have decided 
tiiat It Is necessary to remodel and mod- 
ernize the present Isolation Hospital, 
and to erect certain other buildings In 
connection therewith; 

- AND, WHEREAS, 'it Is estimated that 
the said works will cost $20.0()0.00 of 
which the city, by this bylaw, provides 
$15,000.00, and of which the Province 
of British Columbia will provide $5,000, 

AND, WHEREAS, the whole rateable 
land .and improvements of real pi'operty 
of tlie said (Corporation of the City of 
Victoria according to the last revised 
assessme-nt roll for the year 1910, wa« 
$:!2,089,937.00. ■ , , ' ' , . 

AND*. WHEREAS, the total arriount . 
required to be raised annually by rate 
for the paying of the debt which -svill 
be ' created hereunder and the lntei;est 
thereon, and for creating an annual 
sinking fund for The payment off of 
the said debt within twenty-five years, 
accordlag to, la\y, is $960.15. 

AND, WHBUEAS, this bylaw may 
not- be altered or- repealed except with 
the consent of the Lleuteiiarit-tSbvemor- 
ln-C<JiDmcll; 

THEKEFORE. the' Municipal Co'lfncll 
of the "(Jorporatioii of tho City of .yic- 
lorla enacts as follows: . 

1. It shall be lawful for tlie Mayor, of 
the Corporation of (ho City of Victoria^ 
to borrow upon the credit, of t.he -said' 
Corporation by the ,way of the deben- 

persOn or persons, or body or bodies cor-, 
porate, wh<) may be willlrig to advance 
the same as a loan, a sum of money not 
exceeding in the wholfi the aura of $1-5,- 
000.00 cilrrency. or sterling money at 
thef rate of ,4.86 '2-3 dollars to the one 
pound sterling, and to cause alt -such 
sums so raised or recel"ved to bei paid into 
the hands of the Treasurer ,t)f the said 
Corporation for the purposes and with 
Hie object herclnffefore recited. 

2. It shall be lawftit for the said 
Mayor to cause any number otf deben- 

•turesto be,, made, erxecuted' anni issued 
for such su'rns as inay be retfitl,red, not 

.exceeding, however, the sum of $15,- 
000.00 either ii'i currency or sterling 
money, (nt the ra'to-Rf'oresald) <iach of 
the said debentures being of the amount - 
of $1,000^00. nnd all such dblx^ntures 
sliall be sealed w'lth the seal .of the .said 
Corporation nnd signed by tlio Mayor 
thereof. 

It shall be lawful for the said Mayor, 
in, his discretion lo altrxnatively causai 
each of, -the said debentupes to be inade. . 
executed and issued 'for an amnont of} 
£100 sterling, and one if necessary fon 
a Ie.ss sum in sterling iruxney to.com-^ 
plete the auth-ort?.«3d Issue. 

.S. The , said debentures shall bear* 
date of tbe_day after the, ftnal passlngH 
of this bylaw, and shall be made pay-j 
able in fwentj'rflve years from said date^ 
at such place either in tho Dominion of 
Canada, (Ireat Britain or tho Unlteii ■ 
States of America, as may bp. diealgnated 
■the££on. and 0tT5iU . have .attached tt> 
theTTi coupons for the payment -of In-^ 
terest ^nd the signatures of tho Inter-^ 
est coupons may be either 'writter^ . 
stamped, printed,^ Ittho^raphecP or en-i ■ 
graved.. 

4. The snid debentures shall b«ear .In-j 
terest at the rate of four per cent per) 
nnnuni from the date thereof, 'whiclv; 
Interest shall lie payalde half-yettrly oni 
tiie 21st day of .January and 2.1st. day 
of .Iu(y, at such place, dither in the'Db-i 
minion of •"'anada. (Jreat Britain, or, thoi 
'y-ni'tod_,.5wLL'''f' Of A merica,- aa may bai 
exT)rpssed In tTTe debentures xyTrcoupon.^ 

5. It shall be lawful for this salAi . 
Mayor to cause the said debentures andi 
Interest coupons, either or botl\ ' to bai 
niade payable at' such pl'ace, leHheF'lrxj 

■the Dominion ofCuinadaT Great JBrltaln,, 
or the I'liKed States of Americans may| 

h»e desired. 

- - ff/'^lt- Bhair"=bffrtTt w f ti l "^' ^ ¥^ '':; tliB M ajr p ,t **- ' 
of the said Corporation to uisipoBe ofj 
the said debenture's at a rato bidot^r jpnr,! 
nnd to authorize the Treasurer to pay* 
(.mt o'f the HUitifi so raised by tho salo; ' 
of tliie said debentures all expeneietnnjnJ 
nected with the t)reparatlon nmd en-4 
graving^ or llthopfraphlng of thoi deben J 
lures and coupons, or any dlsoount or^ 
commission or other charges liicidentau 
to the .sitle of the said dcbentnres. ' ' 
7. If deemed ftd-*4sablo by tho M.^yol»t 
th-fiirer :T9ha-H-, In •the'' snid debentures, ha- 
reserved tcl the Corporation the rigTrt 
upon and future consolidation of tho 
clebentur.es indebtedness of thff city tn 



: t-.'i. T . ^Ifl I f[' ' | -i^»^„T-ri ( T' fin fi f^ni tn hn niad-t? payable at such place, flther In , < 'oiTporHlion, Vy way of the' dobenturee 1 A'nierlea. ««^"'*ay be dealgHHied thereon 



iiri. ti« ini n iiiii-.ni! CiiiiiifiH" ftrwnf H,- | | „ |,) > | ^f.;-on.^i n »r Mientloned, from nny person! nnd shall have nttacberl^TfT'^hem -eou- 
ri*" the Uftlted States 0jt Atnericai as | 'or pfisohs"; (jftrrnly o r ■bf»dle«-fa<»tmo,mtje. j pons for tl<e payitient of Interest, and 
mn'y be desired. ',' , '■- , l who may bewIlUng'to Bd-\nu(* the same " "■-•- .. .. _ ...^- 

V< It .shall be lawful fbi^ tTieTkttiyor of l^aS a loaii, a sum of money no-t e>:cpi*dlng 
the snid'etli-poratlon to dispose of the i In the whole the sum' of $riO,000 gross or 



snid debentures at a rati- below par„ and 
to fiulliorV.o the Treasurer to pay out 
itf' llie' sums .so raised by the sale of the 
said 'debe'ntAirea,. all expenfies t'onnected 
with lire preparation and lithographing 
of tli*^ det)entures and coaipoiis, or 'tiny 
discount or-wiinmisslon or other charges 

itU'identa-1 to the sale of tl;-- ■-■:'■} .leben- 

i II CCS. 

" ""■• • . . ;iected 

rrensiirer 

I id ".Sewer 

100), aH .shall after 



ilCll 

Aielvi 



fi. •\^elverl 1 

till [irovlsio; 

By-Law. 1902" (No. 



(■oinplyltig' with the directions contained 
In Hie said "Sewer Loajn Guarantee By- 
law, 1902." No. 402, the "Sewer Loan 
GuarantfiCL^By-law 1905," No. 456,. the 
"Sewer Loan Uuarantce By-law, IBOT," 



stecllni money,' at the'" rate, of l:8(! '2-.1rds 
dollars to the one BflU nd s terling, and 
to cause all-sniTr mims Bo_,j|-alsed or re- 
ceived to be paid Into the hands ot. tho 
•frensurer of the aa;id Corporation "for 
the purp(>Bes and with th^ ob|iei»t . here<- 
Inbefore recited^r' ; . .. ' 

2. It shall be la.wful' for the said 
Mayor to cause any numbier Of deben- 
'ttires to be. made, executed and issued 
for such sunts as may he required, not 
.exceeding, however, the sum of $.10,000. 
'either In puir> sterling money at 

Hue rate ay(»re I'-ii nf the said de- 

ben t.vires being 01 liie amount of $1,000, 
and all such debentures aliall . ba-sealcd 
"wiHi the spal of the said Corporation 
and signed by the Mayor ther«of. 



the siifnnTtTnrs of -the Interest coupons, 
may be either written, stamped. prTiriU'd, 
lithographed or-^^flifnrvwt 



The said debentures .shall bear In 
terest at the rate of four pejr cent per 
anniTm from the date thereof, which, in- 
terest shall' be payable half-yeaflv on 
the 2lHt <\i\y of .Taniiasy and 21st day Vf)- 
.Tilly, at such place, either In llie Dp- 
mlnioVi of Canada, Oreat Hritain, or tli^ 
itnited States of Amerl<irt,-«s may bo ex- 
pressed In the debentures and coupons 

li. It shall he 'ir in ' r Hl 
Mayor to cause the said debimturcs and 
interest coupons, ,pllher Or both, to be 
made, payable at , such place, either tn 
the J.)oni.inlon of (panada,. OrPjjt Britain, 
or the TTriltPd States of Anfierlca, i*s 
may he desired. 

fi. It ahall he lawful for the Mayor of 






substitute debentures of such- consolida- 
tion sejjured tipoButJio credit of the city 
generally. Such consolidation doben-, 
tures shall cotjtaln the llko covenant's,, 
conditions ar\tl rcstrlctloiia ks are' con-, 
talned in the debentures issiied In pur- 
suance, of thisT^ylaw and In oacl'v <io-i 
benture Issued hereund'er a clause, con-;. 
dltlon<Ml for. »u<ih sub9tltution~tfil»y ba* 

— — rMAy.£I't'e d.' "' '" . T ^ --- i— . — -„_,J:_ 

8. Por 'fHe'Rurposo of falsing annii- 



the said .Corporation to dispose of trie , the cleri' 



ally the reqplred atini for the payment 
of- the Interest on the said— d«l»et*tUTe» 
during' Hieli' .currency, tliei-e shall bol 
raised annually the sum of $600,00, and' 
for the tiiirpose of ct'eating thpi slnk- 
ln»if' fun<ji aforesaid for tho payment off; 
of the del'if nt mntM-lfy there shall bo 
ral.sed anni'rnlly the -^'iim of $,'1G0.1,'>, nnd 

ed annually 
b\' a rate sufficient tl; on all! 

i-atenblo land an^ inipro'. oi- ronlj 

properly In tlie city of \ iciona durlniy 
the continuance of the said d«*chturea| 
or any Of thern. 

9. This bylaw shall before the Anal 

passlni? Hieieof reeelve Ihr n.Hscnl ,,r 



for the snid j botlt 'Riild sintis sliall be rn 



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VICTORIA DAn.Y COLONIST 



/ 

Thursday, AuBU«t 18. H10 



the manner provitJpd for In thn Munlct- 
pii Claujsps Act, antl ftiall take effect 
on (We* aay after \he final paHnlns: 
thereof. 

10. Thl.s livlrtw iiiny lie otti-<l as the 
Isolation Hosiilt;tl ll.vlaw, liilO. 

Pas.'ii'd the Municipal Council on the 
15th (lav of AuKii.Mt, 1910. 

TAKK NOTK'K that thn ahovB !» a 
true coi),v of the propi'Hf'l hylaw. \i\tf>n 
which the vott^ of tlip Munlclintllly will 
- biVtaken at th« hulhliriK known »«, >'"''l- 
hcrs 1417 aiKl HI'.) ( M r. M<->^ t '^^i s ' hiutl- 
Injt) Broad Rtrt>i>t. on -Monday, llip ..Hli 
day Of AuKU.st, ,liil0', th«t Mifi lioU.s will 
he" kf'pt open I)cl\vi-eti /the -hours ul ■' 
oVlo/'k a. ni. Mtid 7 o'clock. . iL in., anil 
t+i«t Mr W. \N N'orthcott 1ms been pa- 
Kviun.in.q <C»fn«-<'r of ih- 



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NMS 




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jiolnti'il tilt 

.«al(l \ iitr. 



City ci.Tk 
Aupiist I .111, 



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W. I'.K.M il.l''.V, 

.\,-!iii« < ■ :^i 

^ I Iff ii'i\ \ irl' >l 1,1, I 
I!>i0. 



Will Wait on Sir Wilfrid Lau- 
rier This Morning— S.ub- 
Committees Render Their 

I Reports ■ ' , ' 



with t»^|4uallty put up by t^e affili- 
ates oWie International Boot and 
Hhoeniaklri.' . Uniun. .A .JS.tronC aPP'^f 
was made to purchase union made 
KoodB, the names of which firms would 
he furnished the coumll for the guid- 
ance ut uiiiuuUU. AL tno concUislon 
Mr. O'Dcll was fflven a hearty vote ot 
thanks. ' , 

The proposed amendment to tne. 
constitution irhllglng delcg!>tPS: to 
«how af leaat threo union labels oi\ 
their wearing apparel was laid over 
vmtil next meeting. 



if 



. icil. a 
, I V of tlift 
,^-l si^li-^of 
the pii:'i 



A BY-LAW 



To »»l»e SaO.OOO for the Erection of 
the Public Convenlenco. 

■WHEf^KA.^, th^- '■"■"' ' 
ration of tlic City of \ <. 
clitcd that it IH noccssa 
rulillc Convenience upoti 
Corporation situated in ' 
Government .streul. ■■•-'"' 
office and north of i '• , ,, , , 

-- ANIJ, WHIOKKAS. '■ ■ ■ "■ ' y 

land and improvcnuMii.-i " ' , 

of 111.' tiald Coi-poraLitm ■• 
N'lctoria accordhiK to i i ' ;^ 

assessiniMU I'dl ii'i Hi. :■ •' 
|32.tisn,9:t7. , , 

AND. wiiKKivNs, 111.' ii.i." ,•''"';:'',';. 

required to be raiH.nl annually lo int 
for the paylnK -•• "■•■ ■"■^" "I"'" ^'"^ 
be created hfr.' 
thpreon. and f": ' „,. ' ,. , ,, '. 

.Mlnkhis fund for lio- 1'">",V"^ I" .,'4 ac- 
."^aid debt within t wenly-livt- _> ejtS, ac 
r.Mdini; I- law. is $l,'JSO.Si). ' 

\M. w IIIOUKAK. thl.s bylaw may not 



ti/rc.'^ti 



All inti/rc^tiiiK ineotlnK of the Tradca 
and I.al.or Council wtia Ittdd UusL eyoii- 
ins with Vlce-1'rcsldcnt A. I'. Manscll 
in the chair. 

CrrdenflMls u.r.' i... iv.d trmn H. 
(!. Hills ,is did,K;it.- (torn tlw ' .n 
l.riii.'fs- ;nul .loiioi;-' Union and W • 
.Mlll.T. I'luiiiluM :•■' liU'Ui, 1 P"n riio- 
ti"ll the dclch'alts ucio .sv:itid. 

Thc! secretary ri;p'J>'li'd limit lu' .'X- 

eciitlvii of the Trades and Labor i ■ hh- 

ril h:is lir.ii iipiuiiailu'd t'. .-•.nd a 

il.U'Ual.' I" llio ln.MtlK of til.- r.uiiir 

.si, 11,. ,,1- the V. M. V. A. buildii'K. ai)d 

\', ,,s v,,,r> tin \ wore unable to com- 

,,i,- ,v ,ih' ilo' rr^i'ii'st. Till- executive 

, 1, i„,ii, .: llsai .1. iiu'iiiorial had been i 

i |.r.p;u.-d lor presentation U> Sir AV 

'iriil l..iurli-r 1.11 tlie Asiatic problem. 

and Unit a i r.inKeiuents had been made 

(br'.^..-ti !!.'■ IdberaL, Association lor 

, .ii.iiity to interview the pre- 

n,;,i .;: til.' .iOmpress hotel at H 

u'cloclt in the forenoon Tliursday. The 

rollowimv were aitpointeil as a depu- 

tali-:i ' ■■ C. McK4?nssie. N. Nithol 



Princess Beatrice 
The t'anadlan I'aclfic limr I'rim-CSH 
Rcfttric'e which arrived Iti iiort vps- 
tcrdny afternoon, will be ir.msferrcd 
to iho SlmKway run. 'I'tiis definite 
announcement was ni.ulo yesterday 
afternoon. Tho vessel will make her 
fir.sl salllns from this p-rl lor Skap- 
way .tomorrow noon, i^.illluK ifom \ an- 
on liv'er S;itiirda"y 'TiTKht. 



Mayor Morley high enOO»h to warrant 
the city disposing of them at the llg- 
urea tt!.U-'i<""ed, 97. the m*y9'". "'" ^^'' 
commend to thtt..xltj'.^co.ui:ii,cJ.l .tti^t l'"' 
J,i00,'J32.28 dehcnture.s issued for local 
iinprovfment works be purchased out 
of Lhu ■general sinking funds now ly-^ 
lag at tlio credit of the city ivavlng 
boon annually set aside to meet (ie- 
hciitures isstied on other works. 1 he 
works for which the debontures have 
been sold were the Causeway I..ocal 
Improvem(>nt AVork, $5L'.F,«4; .Perman- 
ent aidew,alk Construction .Assessme:U 
Hvhiw No. ;n. $11,012.1:8; cormorant 
.Street I'avliig Loral Imiirovement I'.y- 
law $S,4!>1.S2; rcrmanunt Asscs.smeiit 
Hylaw No r.!, $•',! ..'iMHO; Wlurf SI, 
Local Impr>.s. •,,. Mt |->l;.-.v, $:10.1 ;.!' r, , , 



Permanent/sidewallt Local Improve- 
ment Aasessntont Hylavv Mo. 29, $14,- 
....aidjjyy ISeilevllle SU-f.i ravlnK Local 
lini)rovp'ment Bylaw, .$:iiMt;.'i.7N. 

The (dty recently called lor bids on 
Ihe abfivi^ debentures, and the best 
price obtained was 97. As tlie city 
has , !L large sum of money l.vliig at 
the credit of Iho geneitil sinking fund 
account \yhicli can;iot bo nsed for the 
luirpose of paying off the debentures 
during the lifetime of ll/e above local 
Improvement debentures the mayor 
^..,,,..ir,.^ts that himself and -llM^ti'-WiS- 
i.i.i i.. authorized to purchase out 
Ml iiii.: Kiiieral .slaking, fund the $200.- 
2;!2.2H debentures for the above local 
Improvement wnrks" Tit- the rate of 

,»'i7 1 'I r.,r r;irli J I 'HI of I'liOifritMl-i'S., 



Wlat. 

Aug. 17. 



Iron Mask 

SARATOOA, N. Y.. Aug. 17.— James 
R. Kecne's Iron Mask, the 1 to .'i favor- 
ite, enfilly won the $6,030 (irand Cnlon 
Iroti 1 stakes, .ilislttuce six furiongs to- 
day. Tho Belmont entries. ]'"ootprhit 
and .Wot.jrvalu van second and liliCil.^ >. 



Ottawa Grew for Henley. 

O TT A \V a7 ~ a u k IT:~-"lVTfP;'nr f'T np-p-n'P 1 1 

proposes tlial tlw rWv cuonrll \..l.! at 
'least $1,200 towards a fund which U la 
proposed to ra'isf\' to send the elRht to 
HenlcfV next Kca^on, Hfli'vi'N' I'ulford, 
the veteran stroke, s.-iys that if tlie idsbt 
goes to 'Henley next season there will 
mark the cloE>e of his rowing cnreer. 



It begins to look more and mor^ Uk« 
Philadelphia in the Ai«*rlcan lea»u«. 
Hay after day the Athletics «r« t^ers 
or theroabouiB. while the cellarltea In 
.lohnson's circuit are trimming Boston 
and New York. Detroit showed a rip- 
ple for (J few djiys. but backed water as 
gFaoefoiii; -•*», JUJU--lPiease when MacK t 
Minn struck town. "' 

In the National things are more nn- 
certain. Kain has played havoc with 
(^hlcago of late, a.^^ '.vc!l n?! New York. 
Willie Plttsbm-g has bnen stacking tip 
against Hoston and vvdnnlng regularly. 
.\11 (if w-liich does not please Chance and 
his crew any too well. First thing you 
know the ciiamplons will be on top of 
liie t.'nbH. and who knows what will hap- 
pen then? ' 



CITY MAY BUY IIS 
i OWN DEBENIURES 



When We Say Bargain 



Or Best, That's Jtist„thc Kind You Will Get 



rit-iBicIs fo 

tory 



be Hltio 
consent 

''*T"i'i'nVim'/ra;. th.' .viunicipni Ootmcn' 

,,r th.- Curi.oration of the City of V IC- 
1.; I;. .liaCtfl US idllows: 

; i .shall be lawful for the May«n- of 
,,.e .urpor-ition of the City «f V* "' I 
tu borrow tipon the credit of tbe .said 
Corporation by way of the debentu.:^s 
hereinafter m.-nthmed. from any per-on 
,„• persons, or body or bodies corporatt. 



City Bonds Satisfac- 
...^ Mayor Suggests Usifi^ 
Funds at Credit of General 
Sinking Fund 



•'l>tL-.yL">lii ^''* sun 1 1 (->: Wilson. A. Herberger, A. 
> sovef iior-lii - ■ ■• "•'"-- - --' 



wh. 

.■IN 



mav bp willing to advance the same 

1 .-. M a sum of money not exceeil- 
■ ■ wbole t he s'u lU' Of ...it^U.Q O O ,i ur 



U. Sherk. .Tohn Kellv^_\\V Miller and 
•Pr—Prmrtt-.-A. 13. Johirson and Geo. A. 
t'.ddwell. The canvesslng cormnittee 
tippointed to Interview the local unions 
for fimdM to jsend a. representative to 
the next meeting ot the Trades and 
Labor Congress reported having met 
with a generous reei)onse, some one 
hnndred and twenty dollars has been 
subscribed. An extension of time was 
given this committee in order to cora- 



iA.« the pHce offerod-for City of Vic- 
jtoral (ipbentUteaJAJiot considered by 



Gem Food Choppers, the hc-l yet. < ;u li 

Mrs. Pott's Irons. ,^ in .s<n, extra, set . . .^ 

Large Enamelled Dish Pans, each . . ,.., 

Large Enamelled Pots, each *■;»**'. 

Cobbler Sets, \\'-i'A\ S\.j'^. 't ..'..'.. .-.-.-...^ ........ • • 

PTS^See Otir Silver Queen Range at S? lO.OO 



.$1.25 
.$L25 

. .25c 

. . 90c 



Put "N.A.G." Paint on 
Your Roof ^u- 



Halliday Cly4 g Co-, LtdL 

Slicet MtftaTTVorlcers, etc. 

Phone 857 ' " 558 JohnsorrSt. 



STOPS LEAKS AND 
PREVENTS ROOF FIRES 



Djajj i 1.1a.- 



Newton & Greer Co, 

1326 Wharf "Sti^et. Phone 887 



i;i lu!.- 
op 



.|ect 



K-rllnx nitiney at the rate ot 

, dollars to the one pound 

d to cause all such sums so 

received to be paid Into the 

t he Treasurer of the ■ sHid 

,n for the purpose and with 

ilieohlect hereinbefore recited. ^ ' . 

•►—It shall be lfl\yful for the .said 
>{ovor. to cause any number of dehen- 
inres to be made, executed and issued 
Cm su.di sums a.s inay be re^pili-ed not 
, V,.,., ,iin- iioweVer, the .sum of $.J«.O0O, 
, rli.r in' cuiTency or sterllng_; jiioney 
,1 the rate aforesaid) each of the.saliL 
, , l.enturts being of the ainouhl of 
*i 000 and all such debenfnres shall be 
■.iMed with' the- seal of the sal<T.Cpr.. 
i.oiv.tlon and .signed by the Mayor 

'^'irshftU be lawftil fOf fh« «i«<r Mitj^or 

In his discretion <o . alternately cause 
«>ach o« the said debentures to be made. 
ex'Vuted and issued for an amount of 
£100 sterling.- anil one if neeessary for 
a less su.-n In sterling money to com-, 
plete the Mithori/.ed issue. ■ ■ . 

X The said debenttires shall Dear date 
of the dav after the Hnal passing of 
this bylaw, and' shall be made payable 
in twentv-five vears from said date, at 
such plaie. either in the Dominion ^of 
Canada. Great Britain or fhe Lnltfld 
' States of America.! as may be designated 
thereon, and shall have attache<l to 
them coupons for the payment of Inter- 
est and the signatures of the Interest 
coupons may he #>lther wrlUtn. Stamped 
printed, lithographed or engraved. ■ 

4 The said debentures shall bear In- 
terest at ,the rate of four per ceat. 4>er 
anmlm from the date thereof, which Inr 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 21st day of January and. 21st day 
of July, at such place, either in the 1>0- 
minlott of Canada. Greaf Britain Or the 
rmted States of America, as may be ex- 
pressed In the debenture and coupon. 

5 It shall be lawful for the said 
Mavor to cause the' said debentures and 
Interest coupons, either or both, to be 
made pavablo at such place, either ih 
theDorfitnlim of Canada. Great Britain 
or the Cnlted States hf America, as may 
be desired. ,. ' * 

(i. It shall he lawful for the Mayor of 
the said Corporation to dispose of the 
said debentures at a . rate below par, 
.and to RuthorI»© the Treasurer to pay 
otU of the sums so raised, by the sale 
of the said /lebentures all expenses con- 
nected with the preparation and engrav- 
lng_or llthogrnt)hlni; of the deTnenlures 
''"In'ff 'cbup<>n"s7 or any Ul.tcount or com- 
mission ordther charKe*' lhcT(Tentar lo 
the sale, of the said dehentuccs. 

7. Tf deemed advisable hy the Mayor 
1 1 . -c shall. ITP the said debentures, be 
.■ . ' rve7rTo~TTtF~Tofpoirt'fion the right 
I 11 any futtire eonsolidatloii of the de- 
1., , ,i||>.H -ituleb,t<Hlweea ■■ o f t he— c-lty- -to' 
.111 Institute, debentures of such consnll- 
drtttnn secured upon the credit of the 
<dtv generally. Such oonsoHflfttlon de- 
bentures shall contain Jbe lll<e. cdv«?- 
nnnls, conditions and restrictions as are 
contained In the debenture Issued in 
piusuiuicc'of this ^»^•la«^^ and In . each 
debenture issued hereunder b. clause 
conditioned for -BtUjh BtJbBtltUttOn ttUkT 
be inserted. ■ . " " ' i. 

trn r tiip pprp ose of raising, nnnnally 
the reoulred sum for the payment of 
the interest on the said dehentur,eB dur- 
ing their currency, there shnll be raised 
nnnuallv tiui sum oflSOO. and for the 
joirpoae of creating the slnkl'hg fiirid 
aforesaid for the payment off of the 
debt at mattirlty there shall be raised 
annually the stim of $480.25 ahd both 
said sums Shall be raised an- 
ntuiflv by a' rate sufficient therefor 
on all ratable land and Improverrienta 
or real iiropoity in the City of Victoria 
,ii,iiii'.; tl.te continuance of the said de- 
1 'df finy ot them. - . 

is bylaw Shall , hefor.' tlu- iinal 
paKiAiiig thereof receive the assent of 
the electors of the said Corporation in 
the tnatiner provided .for In the Miinicl- 
paL Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the day after the (Inal 

'lo! 'Th(«,,hy1aW-««»fty.- b«t- olted .an'- Iha 

I'ubllc ■ ••rice Loan TlylnWi IdlO. 

Pass 1 \limiclt)al Council on the 

• ir>th day oi .laly, 1910. 

TAKR "JnOTICK fliat the above Is a 

tp,,o ........ ..f llw. M .il,,r.:..il li'/blWl Ul>On 

wi-.if : : 'iity win 

)i,-. 1 ^ as Nnm- 

),ers M ' IM'. Meston's bnild- 

, Ing)' ill on. Monday, the :!9th 

day of AUKU'io. I lit), that c ■ "•■ will 
be kept open between \h: of 9 

o'clock a. m. itnd " o'clock , and 

that Mr. 'W. W. Northcolt has been ap- 
pointed the Ttetiirnlti^g cffio-r of the 

SAld . VOt". , .y 



You Get Fr 



•ptPtB the sum necessary. 

The charge of unbrotherly conduct 
against onfe t)f the delegates upon In- 
\estlgatlon was not proved, the charge 
was_KllMraJKn ^»%(i^ t be bro ther exon- 
erated. .- '■ , _J : , 

The secretary . ot the Bartenaera 
ITnlon asked for the appointment of a 
committee to Interview the premier In 
regard to legislation that will give 
.(4>rotectlpn to the better element en- 
gaged In the trade- ■ ■ - 
;f he committee appftltited war 'e-e. 

McKenzlfe. John- Kelly, N. Nicholson. 

The Empire and Atlantic restaur-' 
ants were reported by the (::ooks' and 
Waiters' Union as the only relstaur- 
ants employing union labor on John- 
son' street. 

The Garment Makers' Union iPfeftort- 
ed' an Interview with the president ofj 
the Trades and Labor .Council loQklne 
toward their rejoining the Unlte,a 
Garment Makers' Union, and affiliat- 
ing wi^h th^ Trades and Labor Coun- 
cil. This union will remain with the 
Garment Makers' Union; Mr. O'DjJll. 
representative of, the International 
Boot and Shoemalcere Union address- 
ed the council on behalf of the pro- 
ducts madT>^try— the union factories of 
Canada and the U-hited St ates. M r. 

i.wl4he class of goods now 

on the market, and made comparison 





omorr 





\ 



sda mttfilclpnllty. <m-»totjd»y, 4he 2»th 
day of August.. 1910. from 9 a. , m. to 7., 
p. m.. and to record their votes .for or. 
against the passage of the Underground 
Telephone By-Law, 1910; Hewef Lortn 
Guarantee By-Law, 1910; Spring Ridge 
Lands Authority By-Law; »50,000. School 
Loan Bv-Law. 1910; Dallas Iload Fore- 
shore By-LaWi 1910; Isolation Hospital 
Bylaw, 1910; Public Convenience Loan 
Bylaw* 1910; a copy of which by-laws are 
published In the Victoria Dally Colonist, 
and copies whereof are posted up at the 
City Han and In each ward and at the 
polling placed a,' »' 

And take notice that the bylaWe will 
not be valid or of any effect unless the 
vote polled in favor thereof be at least 
three-fifths* of the vote polled,- / 

Given tinder my hand at Victoria, 
Bfltlsh Columbia, this 17th day of Au- 
gust, ma, ^^^ ^ ifOttTMceTT. ' 



Roturnlpg Officer. 



Tomorrow we are going to spend 
thousands of dollars to buy the tasti- 
est and most delicious dessert in all 
the world for you and your family! 

For years we have labored to pro- 
di^cf I this snappy sweetmeat— this 
rich conihinatioa of delightful and 
nutritious delicacies. ; 



4 
% I 



Municipal Notice 

Municipal Bye-EIcction, 1910 

I't'Hl.U.'. .MtTit;!-: IS li.rel.y Kiven Ui- 
the Electors of the..3 1unlrlp Bli t y rif the 
City of Victoria, that I require the 
presence of thc said Klcctors in the 
Court Koom at the City Hall. \i^ the 
aforesaid cUy on •Wednesday, the 24th 
day of Augtiat. 1910. from 12 tnoon) to 
2 p. m.. for J^je purpose of electtrjip a 
person to represent them in the Muni- 
cipal Council as Alderman .for 'Wafa" 
No 3 to till the vacpricy caused by the 
resignation Of Mr; Wm. Henry' RussftU 
lliimbei-. ■ ■ 

The mode 'Of nomination of ca^dlr 
dates shall be as. follows: 

Thp candidates shall be nominated In 
writing, the writing shall bf> subscribed 
hv two voters of the municipality as 
proposer and seconder, and Shallhe de- 
livered to the ■.Hcturnlng Officer at any 
time between tho date Of tho notice ahd 
•i p.~ m: of the tiay of- the nomination, 
and In the event of. a poll beltig neces- 
snrV such poll will. Ijeopen on .Saturday; 
th"' 27th dav of August.-' 1)910, from 9 
o'cloi:k a. m. io 7'p. m. In the manner 

«„„'»t.^,;; following: -, — r- . •; ..i— V ■ 

P'""''"«^'-F-of the • Ofttt'e of AI^tJBRMAN for 
Ward No. 2. In the -Police fJotirt at the 
City ITal1. of which every person— to 
hereby required » fo take . BOtibe and 



Experts teli us that we have^suf- 
passed all previous records in every 
way,' but it's what you say that 
interests us. 



Tomorrow is "Free Dessert Day. 
You are invited. 



>j 



Jir 



»: 



"■■> <-* ./S T i \ 'T* aTT' S'^ 



f 



Municipal Notice 



govern himself accordingly. 

The persona auallfled to be nomlnn-ted 
for and elected ns ALDIORMAN of the 
(hty of Victoria shall l;tr- s u ch p ersons 
as are male British subjects of the full 
age of twenty-line years, and are not 
,<lis(piallfled, under any li^w. and have 
been for the six months next preceding 
the dav of -tK+mlnatlon the reglater.ed 
owner in the land registry office of' Jand 
or leal proiicrly in the city of Victoria* 
<if till' as.'Kssi'd value on • the last tnu- 
nlcipal assessment roll of five hundred 
dollars, or more, c)\;,er and above any 
rn!r)>tfVe-! btdcnii-'nt '^or charge, and Who 
Ml ; 1 , duly quallfled-M ««nl- 

(■ i j.^i 1 \ i..i ' r-: ■, . ■ ' 

Given umler my .hand at- Victoria, 
HriiiHh Columbia,, this ICth day of 



1.— Underground Tel'-pb'^'r^- 

1910. , , _ 

j__3ewer Loan "■'' ' o 

l!»10. . , . 

, ■! .Rnrlnc- ntdpr 



jnio. 

»! . .-Tsola tt"i: ' 

7 -I'liblic < - 
'■ |0, 

f. li' ■ ■ 
■ lector .' I : '. , ■ , i i i . 

■ r Victoria as am eiitiiini i > 



W,M 



\i. NORTHCOTti „ 
Rettjrnlng Officer. 



N 




I'lin, 



ii . 



Ml 



TO BORROW 



I'lr^M nini! . 
five ^ yiii ■ 



■x\.\- 



$15,000 

■.I ri '!l Mil'! I ' •> 



i,vlAWB for raising money tipon he 
:-edn of th'rm(^^nleipall<y. are rei,u.-fd 
,; „ enifat the polling .place knovn «s'i 



l.'u|| |i."i , I w\: ini ■; .11, rC'iiiP-'-l- 
COt-OTTIST BOX NO. 335. 






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An 



,,11 If, firosd "treet.^ln tho | 



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pac 





onrow! 






Thur«d«y, August 18, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



19 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



KKAl. 1.8TATE— (CoBt.) 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

COMPANY. I.T1>. 
Coraer Broad and Vle«T SIreeU. 

FOR SALE— GROCERY BTORK. ETV., 
bulldlnc in triangular int: cxcfllfnt 



location for hu»!n>«i. 



J'rlcf l.^i^OO; ■fin 



Phone L1224 



HERBERT S. LOTT 



Hoard iif TrndP BIclB. 



■C^imiT-R(.X>M not SKj_.M)UTU I'AUK 

■l--^ Btrcffl. lot r.Oxl in^4rii,uli li<">» HUii 

flowt'ilriK vines: «oimI Inn Iiomr.' luul yiuj. 
I'rlco Jl.UdO, 



PLUMMER ^ RIDEOUT 

lt»«l K,»(ii|r, 'I'linhcr niiil IiisiiriiiK n uH«niii, 
1118 Urottd SI. I'houe -M'U. 



ffiQ,":?n--lvAROK IfUll.DIX 



J.OT dN 



in^. 



r»a»onabl»> lermi, .^ SK^(H) ■«IM,K.\M'>I n R'fcsTiTPfS'Tl \ 

npBN A(-RKB. THRHE, .MirKfi N^'^TK I ;«;'^,^ '",,„^-' I^-Ut, s» m:.- si . 

JL from city hull. Ft\c<< »4,20d. — :: ^^_ : , 

ffl;/»ftCl Bl.-YS A LOT 60x1.12 
«]piH>V7 municipality; tprmt 



IS ACCLAIMED 

BY THOUSANDS 

((,'ontlniip(l, l'"rom ]'HiSt> Klevi'ij.) 



X^IXB Bl'iryDTNO SITE ON HAMPSIIIRK 
-T road, on* block from car; |750: tprnis: 



C. H. RICHARDSON 

«U Fori Su-pot, Kluuu I, liiBtalra 

"L'^ERVwoon noAi) — six-roo-m hou.sk, 

-T 1500 ca«h. baliiiHo as rent at 7 per cent. 



I' 



7 pur c»nt. 



n«h. bolancc JDO roonth- 



DOrOI.AS STREET BUNGALOW. SLX 
roomii. thref -quartern acre. J2.500; caub 
ISOO. balanr« «, 18 months at 7 p»r c»nt. 



Ir'DWARD STREET, VTrTORlA WE.ST. 
-i two iitor«y hou»e. 11,000; cash tSOO, bal- 
«n«« to lult. 



Ij^AIRFIBLD ESTATE. NEAR CAR LINE 
— Ollvfi itrf^t. four lots raoh 60x120. 
1709 each; c«ih ttOO at lin month.- 



A 

ktxias. 



BLOf^K OF EIGHT LOTP NEAR t>AL- 
laii road, on Mo«» »tr.»»t. each lat 1b 
Price t4.40ii; average |B50 each. 



HI'NKSON SIDDALL 

r. F, 



& SON 



ox ITT New Ormnd Theatre Bulldlnc. 
TeL Kk 



-|-|Q ACRES WITH NICE 'rATERFKONT 
-LXt7 6aa.nirh Arm. near Mill Bay. JoO 
per acre. * 



N 



,'ICE IX1T, DALLAS ROAD, 83x120; price 
il,2S6; terme to eull purchaeer. 



A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 

TM TatM BtrMt. Pboae 138*. 



80 



11,200. 



ACRES FACING ON MAIN ROAD, 
■even mllee from city. Very cheap. 



(^r\ LOTS AT IJ60 PER LOT, HIGH. ORY. 
**" One view, good land. 



SBVENTT ACRES. .WITH GOOD COT- 
tage. etable and chicken hou»e. only 
■even mllee froni city, good roade, good wat- 
er, nice location, cheap $4,000. 



TTVAKM— «4 ACRES. FINEST OF BOIL, 
JC cleared, under crop, good house and 
outbuilding*, considerable stock, four mllei 
from city. XIK.OOO. good terms. 



THIRTE^' ACRES. FINE SOIL. NEARLY 
all cleared, nice new houne. good out-, 
buildings, good orchard, a bargain at }S,600. 



E. HENDERSON & CO 

eriTMter Block, Room One, 711 Yates Strwit 

1 dfi ACRES OF GOOD LAND IN CHOICE 
JLOl/ part of Manitoba, near church and 

school; onr mile from town; price 120 acre. 
Will exchange for city property. 

Ol.f.SE AND TWO LOTS ON QUADRA 
street; fruit trees and *" modern con- 
veniences; will sell at a reduced price' If 
taken on at once- Price JZ.fBO. 

OUR LOTS IN New DIVISION. CLOSE 
In and near high school; at fSSO each. 



THE CAPITAL CITY' REALTY 

COMPATsV. 

Keal Estate llnanclnl and Insuraoco Afentn 

rhonr 2102 618 Yatea streot. 



N 



IN OAK BAY 



ffir^ACV CA.su A.MD THIC .BALANCE AS 
tiPiJV/l7 rent Di^yK a beautiful rcslcfejira 



In H S'.'loCt I' I'-M; it > 



D. MclNTOSH 



Il^al Entuin uu<I Miui,ii>'lul .'Vgenl. 

.Ualioii UIUk.. (ioviTiiiiiriil .SIri-el. Victoria 

U. C. 'I'rlcphi.no lliU. 

\ ]aJ MOOERN S-ROOM ilOUSB -ON 

•i:V. .lo 
$.1,tiOO; 



hi>. »lr<i't,.jot. ,(!.I..f<;»!t. .fr<>nt«g«r~-c«ity 
li-rins. 



SEMl MODERN 8,R00>L -HiJUSK 
Third strVet. only ?1,850; terms. 



ON 



rnWO LOTS in BUULEITH. »67A BACp: 



niWO.LOTS CLOSE TO~eOOK-=igTREET. 
-«- SK'iO each. 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Estate, Insurance. Money to Loan, Etc. 
Phone 1621. Law Chambers Bastion St. 

Tij^ARM LANPS— IMPROVED. WILL EX- 
-L change good farms In -Manitri W i for 
city property. Several Victoria hemes far 
sale at reasonable prices and terms. ■ 



I.OST.' v;- - , ,; -:■-—- 

LOST-sgtt reception it' Partt«iti«nt 
buildings, pearl brooch in shape of loaf 
on gold bar. Reward If returned to XZ, 
Coionlst office. 



NOTICE 



frooiloln, pilvilCfKC hikI power. It wns 
the fliiest under wUli-li men ever llvoil, 
unci egpeclaiyS' fltttMl to iinltfi cltlzen.s pf 
cIlvera.T nifcw. uiiilonalll liis tiiul rengloim. 
Tlu'.se »ei,it,liTit;iii.s \v?'Te utieroil nearl.v 
rnit\- \eiira hro. and the sponUor lias 
rimi'i- (h^parletl from thoin. T'nlcsH oih^ 
KiUiKs a close appreciallon of llil.s central 
IhouKiit titt can form no 'ft.stlniate of 
what Sir Wilfrid ,l..iuirler ha.s done for 
Canada anil tlie world. .'^tlU Ipsh can 
dno follow the cfliirsi' wlilrh \\v lias enn- 
Blstentl.v ptirs^ied.- 

He I.** not an IdealLyt. Me i < :i lu'iirlical 

'atcsniaa wlio jirefei-s to ci :< lldn'K 

done tn .tho best ^^ ■ - n ■ mi le- .l..i e 

rather than not Kci 11 ■! ■• .iii li.ii 

not fofitl of the inuio.'^sihK', W'li.u ! e 
cannot effect by persuasion' ho novei h 
t.'iTMi^ to do liy f,-,!-ci->.' He Is fully awate 



diK'tlon of some papers, W* »liall say, or 
at an Iniperlaj conference where the 
ch,(»lc*'Ht wits of lliu empire are assem-- 
Idcd. 

Sir Wllfild LiiviitiT 'I'Hnio |o ihc 
.scrutiny of lliUish lii.slUutlonB with a 
frenh eye: antl he wan (pilck lo dlacovor 
the hiKh place wlilch go\ernnienl by 
parly hold.'<. Before a parly can goverii 
It mus\ KcM jiild piiwiM-; and If. it would 
coii-*ffr>ii' to Koveni. u niu.st st.ay In 
jiowcr. sir VVIlfihl iit\ei' forKela ' 'that 
\ylille Jie Is in-lme ininl.ster -he Is alao 
lea<lcr°'oT'a -porty, and lie '(m .is sedulovia 
'in -perfofinltiK ll-'c dutii> ni. ihc one H!< 
of- the oilier. Anyone isn.i Miippo.soH 
Ihal he. docs not Know iie nianagemeii t 



OoiBp»Bl«« Wladlaf Vp 
NOTICE 



18»S. 



Ill' 



will I'llid liii 



civmiiala0 
iiil.xtMken; iin(/ opponeiiiH who 
>,d)tlely. ^udi'f'Unefia and skill ii 



•if SHdlV 



Final meeting pursuant to Section 39 
to be held at the office of .1. a. KlllotI 
on the 23rd day oi" AuRiiat at the hour 
of.. 8 p./ ni. to receive report and pass 
uocount of I.liiutdator of the Stuart 
X^obertaon Company, l>linlti:'d. 

A. .STUAUT KOBliUTSON, 

Llquldutor. 

Dated at VU'torla. H. i'., tlils -iMt day 
of .July. 1910. 



NOTICE 



OI^ 



DISSOLUTION 



Inff are y*>ry likely 
over-'niatched. 



fill. I 11 



Alwaya Tells Trvit'h 



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I 



!!>...■ ,,:,i;.. , 

IS. l.uv, .s,.l|l,s 

focd Ish 'all are 

niense , iiliT^l I i 
hi.' 



I rt -liiiwnes.s the WJirlil 
siiine liien are and how 
I''or both lie lias an lin- 

1 1 0-1 «! •ir-n."'! <■'« " rem \ i <<■. i . 

: I ■ :■ , .Mill- e-, 



III. 



U'llil 

his 



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In the matter of the Estate of John E. 

Nlcholls, late of Minneapolis. Minn.. 

Xi. S. A., dect^ased. 

All persons having claims against the 
estate of the above mtmtd John E. NIchoUf 
arp required to send particulars thereof, 
duly verlfled. to the undersigacd on or be- 
fore the lOth day of August. 1910. after 
which date the undersigned attorney for 
the executqrs of tiii> will of paiO. deceased 
will proco>?d to dlstributo the assets' of the 
said deceased anirtng the persons entitled 
thereto, having regard only to the claims 
of which they then have notice. 

Dated this Sth day of Augruat, 1910, 

TUB BRITISH COLKMlJIA 
CORPOR.'iTlON. . , 

, ■J232 Government St., Victoria. B. O. 

. .Attorney* In fact for Bxectitlve. 



TRUST 



TENDERS WANTED 



Co- 



in tho Supreme Court of Brltlah 

lumbla. 
In the Matt<}r. of tli© Kstate ot Jolin R 
. Scott, Deceased, 

•and , ' 
In the Matter of the Om<:lal Aftmlnls- 
trator's Act. . '~ 

Tenders will be received by the tinder- 
slKned iintir noon ort tnV 2gth ^ay of' 
August, 1910, for the purchase of the 
undermentioned property, viz.; Tjsrelve 
(12) shares, representing: a one-tenth 
interest in the Gasslar ^ackinjr t,-onr- 
pany, Limited. For full particulars ap- 
ply 4o- the undersigned. The lilRhest or 
any tender not necessarily accepted. 
WM. MONTEfTH. 
< )f flrtivl-' Adnrtntstmtor, 



COBPOBATZOir OF THE SZSTBXCT OF 
OAK 



pel ' !.■ i . '.i-. . :._.,■ :....• , . i,.,,ie 

him hopeless or s,-i.l II. ;- i n an <.r 

vl.slon, of ImaKiniii iirii. mi .. ■ !,e has 
never brOuRht hiniHelr to really believe 
that ttie men b>- whnni he i."* Kurroundfd 
are angelK iiow faltiifully he 

niayJliifeii I lat lil.s opponcnt.s 

-are nlway.s hopilc.-^.^jj in the wi-onpr. 

ro.sslbly. the education \vhlch iie re- 
ceived in ills voiiih ma.v help to a'c- 
coimi^tOE-JlJii isofiuiuloua and .sympathetic 
attitude toward.siili opinion.^, no matter 
how absurd the.v may seem. The 
mothorles.s boy attended the elementary 
school of his. native, parish till he wa.s 
twelve years old. Then lie spent a year 
at a Protestant school at N'ew. Glasgow, 
and lived with an Irish family. Much 
of Ills leiHiire wa.s apcnt in the house of 
.Tolin Murra>', who wa.san elder in the 
Church oj" Scotland and had been edu- 
cated for its ministry. In proof of this 
surmise, his own words may be quoted: 
"The pure family life and the godly con- 
duct^-of tire Murraya impressed me and 
convinced me that a Protestant can be 
an earne.«it. true Christian, as well as 
a Catholic." 

His Edncatipn 

The Tlext seven yearw were spent in 
r/Assomption College, one of those in- 
Rtltutipns/^hjch are tUtj .last^=Eefuee=^QX 
,educatio;j on the American Continent. In 
1861 he entered McGill University, and 
prraduated from the facuttyof laW at the 
expiration of his coursb. In the vale- 
dictory address which he made to his 
fellow St'udent.s he charged them that 
their mission wn.s to causre justice to. 
reign: to sepa.rate ttie true from the 
false; to mnintnin tfie rights of cltlxwis; 
to- preserve' the general peace; to pre- 
serve for the. family. Ug Inheritance, the 
lodiyldiial his honor, for the public the 
Just j'tepresslpn or offences; .to hold wJtli- 
Vn limits the audacity of the powerful; 
and t6' relieve the wretchednea»_of the 
wealt. without violence to the one or In- 
dulg>J>nce to the other. --i 

lie was brought up In a hard school. 
Before he was yet 30- he was in the 
thick of real pollitcal and feligiotw 
strife. Politics was not th,en a question 
of a^vardlng a contrae^t or filling an 
office. The issue was whether free born 
iiien should govern themselves, or 
wliether they should be governed bv the 
terms of the •Programme Catholi'que." 
'ochleh was the last poRticnl expre»(iJori 
of uUrambatlsiji,. or by the ■Prol'eslant 
tSefence As.soclntlon." or by botuZ^ 

Tho.8e were the dnyf too when Can- 
ada was a conge r l oH of widely separated 
provinces with different or hosille in- 
terests. The .sound of the "Papineau 
gun" had scarcely died out: Lyon Mac- 
kenzie's efforts had riot yet fuil.v.. decid- 
ed tf the executive was to be •uhject to 
tlte-eontrol-of p^irllamerit, or if It would 
aucrender t» tlj«. pe^opje- the privileges 
which it had usurped and had InnRlenllv 
retained.*. It is little wonder then that 
Sir Wilfrid learned how to handle him^ 
fplfas he does,. In a debate over the pro- 



Tenders for Sidewalks 
. and Sewer 

TENDERS, i9eal.ed, endorsed and ad- 
dressed to the undersigned, from whom 
copies, of wpecificatloris. etc.. m.-iy be 
obtained, wiil be received up to twelve 
noon ori Monday, the 22nd day of Au- 
gutst. 1910, fornrhe construction of: 
Permanent .Sidewalks;- — 

Monterey._Ai:£ii^»«, N. (East a,nd west 

sides. 
Hamps'hlre_Eoad, N. (East isiAc ) . 



: I rue,, .\ I 1 iiih ■ ,■'■:■ 

to- ■ rrrn'vtn • 'i :■ ■ni'i '•<' 
,.,..,, ,, ..,. iif their own nib < "ii- 

, , jii',, : • would not say thai he 

I' ,- , - iiiiple-nilHded , in p<dli 

ill. 11- !i .in inaiun;c a cainpuii^n ei 
a delini" m jdirliainenl with e<iual <:-;l^e. 
liis favorite method Ixdng, to eiicotirage 
ills opponent« to ruiKC a cloud of dn.st 
ill which they cftnnot find their wa>. 

And yt. on the' othei' hand, he ha.s a 
inlnd ol' eM'enie InnfHH^tMrtfc directness, 

and I had aimo.sl Maid — .•simplicity. He 

lias the faculty of getting hold, of . it- 
thing by the light end. of seeing into 
the heart of a matter, and handling his 
material in- tlie joipst nati!i:al,_^2and;^ 
therefore. Vasiewt way. *T-re I'lv^s the 
Imprei^s lon which one receives upon be- 
hblding a practi'sed craftsman engaged 
In ta.sks which to the Inexperienced are 
impossible or done only wlth»m4jch labor 

It is easy to know what he will do In 
any given ca.se. All one has to do is -to 
as4l< onfr'*-self-\v4ta.t4s the Comition sense 
of tlie thing. Then one k-npws what 
•course the premier w^ill take7 
le be a question of -gi-ving schools to 
Protestants or 'to Catholics, maUlng__ii 
treaty building a navy, sending armeiT 
forces: overaea, or provldirig for the 
ctyrTSoTTd a (TorTan d "def eiiTc e o'f the empire. 
But he must not be hurried. No one 
understan ds be tter^ the solving "poWet pf 
tinife upon political' problems. 

No ?nan in t,:anadrari public life has 
received more attention at the hand.s of 

political culuinlriatorv- .. .J le -has. been ! 

been blamed .by' Prote.^tanfs for being 
a good Catholic, and he has been—ac- 
cused by Catholics of being a bad Cath~ 
oUc. , At one election I't was af finned 
that he was a Froteststiit minister, apos- 
tate and a companion of the excommuni- 
cated. 



TAKK NOTICK that the partnep.thli; 
hei'Oloforc siiliKlstlng between S.l,, Wil- 
son nnd .r. Kennedy at X'lclorlu. B. .C. 
ihler the style of "The Vlelorla (.liii- 
iiL-i ' wi\» dissolved on tile 20th day of 
■II''. lino, and thai tho said 1 1 n .s in e.s .s 
'Alii In tlic fiithre he carried on iiy S; 
I, Wilson to whom all ouiKtandlng ac- 
' iiiints arc payable and who will be. re- 
in nsilile for all llahllitie.s lii' connec- 
: i.jii '.'.iiii tile said -luiKlneati 

SVD.NIiY I^. WILSON, 
J. KENNEDY. 



-C 




IMPORTANT 
SALE 



OF 



uildiDQ Lots 



In the Townsite of 



Coleman, Alberta 




OAirCIiZ>I<ATZO|r of BEt^EmTS. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the Re- i 
gar\e exlNlIng on crowii lands In the 
\iclnlly of Haldne I.alte, and situule In 
Cas«lar Dlatrlct, notice of whieh bi ar- 
Ing date .liine 30th. li)08, was pub- j 
llslied In the nrltl.sh Columbia GazcUo. i 
duleU July 'Jnd. i'JDS. is caucclled. ' 

KOBKUT A. UKN\S1'-K. 
Deputy Coininis.ili.iner of l.iuidi. 

Lands Departmeilt, Vletoila, i;. C, 
JuriB 16fh, laiO. ! 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(Established 1808.) 

Capita! and Funds For security of 
po]icy-fioldersexceeds$26,00O,O0O 

'I'ho under.siKiied .I.li.s succeeded to Ihu 
agency of llils company formerly held 
by the Stuart Itobett-son Company, LlU., 
uiid wlll_ glycf pronipt atlenllun to all 
commnnicalions leisarding now liuslOAS* 
or aitei-.aliot/a I'equued on exL-stinj,' poll- 
eles. I'Ktt o adUruss all coniunieatlons 
lo I 4. U, ELLIOTT, 

iieciarAgent for Vancouver iBland. 
. 1212 Broad St. Victoria, B. C. 
,P. O.. Uqx 4li'i. Phone 660. 




NOTICE TO CONTKACTOBS. 

.SE.XLEDy 'rLM d':i{.'-; auporKcrlbed 

"Tender for- Scho"i ai .M 1 ."Sro rT,~ 1 '. ■ 
will ho reepived I'v iie 1 Innorii ir|, i:,e 
.Minister of Pnhlie W - ;^ ,,, ■ , , , ,,f 



1<AND REGI3XBY ACT. 

1) I'lr of an appliea i : .;i '.,,- a 
.;. c'ltlllcalu of tit le I . I. el lU 
', I'ernwoo.l I : t 1 1 o ( .Map, 



, ;,, City. , 

w ite.i'cby-ptTrn that' U la niy • 



i ", 1 -r .llie 
If -a' four- 
Ihouse at 



Fersonol Honor Xntact 



-I Situated in Famous 

TOT I — 

Crow's Nest Coal 
Fields 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



The English h«v* blamed him 
speafiihg Frenchr 'and 'hiis own-pcopIe 
"have Idaiped l^tfn for , .speaking IVenili 
with nn. English accent: All of which 
moa.ns that he l8 a man . first and a 
Catholic and Frenohnian afterwards. 
Even the crime of trea>on hsis been tald 
to his charge: but all the notic*-4il.s du- 
tractors received was a sad smile and i 
a few chatice reflectlonB on their fool.- | 
lahnesR. raJb.er ,thaji .tij)on their tvlcked- 1 
ness. In forty years, however, no op- 
ponent .has beea_:«o b.nso as to utter a 
slander which .touched his . personal i 
honor, the purity of his private life, orj. 
t lie right eousness of his character. ' "f" 

— He has opponents, but no ^nemieis. and ■ 

that la the highest achievement of a j 

jnan who has been in public life nearly lit . ■ 

all his days, jhi uic^iortuous course of .' Mcssrs. StcWart Williams & 

the, political way. t^n matter ho-jv sudden | _ . ■ "i • u j i 

the cin^tgcncy. he ha.«« never been known j Co., of.VlCtOriaj having been,duly 
to titter, an Ill-natured .expression, aiut i • >.* ' ^ -j—x:. 4i,_ i..»^...^^4^L>».nl 

rarely a 4rarsh one. , > ." - - ',j instructcdTiy the Internatio nal 

Hi« knowledge is'>o exact, his m«,5- ) Coal and Cokc Co., Ltd., will sellt'^rT 

tery of. public raffalrs so great, and the i 

discipline of hl.<» party »p /irm that pur- i by 

lltiinent H dtspow^d to rely more abso-.!-.;, ";-, x, J„.J __J *r..«o.rl.,if 

itrtiriT-tiwHrtt-^Rmirtr upojvuio. direction I B, C.^ on Monday and ruesday. 
of one Individual Tn th»» Sir Wilfrid ^hg jgth and 2Qth .September, 



Public Auction at Victoria, 



TENPERS WANTED 

In the Supreme Court of British Colum- 
bia, in the Matter of the Estate of 
Blanche Grancini, Deceased. , ' 
Tenders will be received by the under- 
signrd until boon of the 31st dav of 
August. IHin. for the purchajse of the 
following described property, via. lot 
■ii of part of section 74, map 252, Vic- 
toria CUy. V V , vit 

The hlghe«(t or any tender -n6t jisces' 

sajily accepted. — "" — ' — = 

WM. MONTEITH. 



IN'E-ROOM "HOUSE. FULLY MODERN, 
on one of the be«t streets In J»me« ( avenue to S-^atatoga avenue, k 

Tenders munt be— arcnmi'ia'nled by 



BBy,<;^on,ly one block from the .parliament 
bulIdlriKi; l^t 60x120, with a good assort- 
ment 'of frdlt trees. «''ll bearing. Price 
$3.?no. on terms,, ' *• 

AV^E HAVE SO.-ViE BEAUTIFLL LOTS 

' » Just 6iit8lde. of city limits: close to 
car; high and (Iry, with a jood view. Price 

HhO per lot, on very easy terms. 



Biighton avenue,. ..(SouTli 
Sewer:-— : Offfclai AdmlnlHtrator. 

Monterey avenue. .«?. (From ■ >aK Hay ; Adminlstfrimg tho Estate^ — vt~ Blej]ch« 

I Orancini. I,>ecea8ed. " . ' 

Rated this ITii day of August. 1910 



a 
*ertlfied cheque equivalent to 5 per cent" 
of the amount of tender. 

The 6ouncU do not bind themselves 
to accept the lo.we.-^t or any tender. 

' ' n. l'-(iWLE«. 

■' Engineer 

I.,aw Chambers, Bastion .Street. \ >( t.-i,, 

B. C. ' 

Livery Stables 



II LI. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO, 

Phon* in:M 707 V, Vai»>s Street, 



TNVESTIOATE! THAT IS ALL WB.A.SK; 
■I .Nine acres, on Cedar Hill ro'ad, only- thr.ee. 
, miles from City Hall, for only J4,000. That 
is less than l'450 per acre. .The adjoining 
arreMe (with reck on) Is $S.Sn acre. This 
Is one of the very beet propndltlons we have 
ever known In Victoria. invrstlgat.- an.l 
be convinced. 



•WrOOD AND STOVE WOOD 
FOR SAZ.23 



R. DAVE«NE, 1615 Douglas St 

Oppositji ■City Hall. 



-^— HEWLINGS & 

ll#t ^pau Street. :'_ .^^ ._ 

$2,000 

"fnroo 



k BROKEN-DOWN SYSTEMi^^ 

Thii in A Kinrfition (nr .ii'-rHsr) to whir'h doitors '^ 
■jive m.irt.r namt^i, but wim li fcw'ol them really K 
und.erntand. Itts»ipipiTtvealc'i'-n'— abri-akilown, Jf 
ai it wr,rf, of thr vrlal forces that sustain thp .sy.s- » 
'.. tein. Nd mattf-r what may be its causes (for they (2 
I «realino»t niimberlessj.itssvmptomjaremocl} the ^ 
I taniej ilie more prominent being sleeplessness, jj 
!.**!?''.*'• "^ prostration r,r •weaiiness, depresiion of ~g 
_l I spTits and: want <it enfTr'y lor all the ordinaw:^ 
yfl'drs of hfr. Now, what alnnr i nab'nliitelvcssen'-' 



f\J^ ^lat maltsuch cases \H.int reasr/I Tnn/i f\ — -vigour -^ i 

Fhoa.^Jiiu 4liaTAl.-STHENQt*l-& ^^NERGV 



In the Matter of the "Companies Act, 
1890," the ■'Companies Act, 1897" and 

"•' In the Matter of the British Coltunbta 
tearket Company, Xiimlted Iiiabmty, 

NOTICE OF SPECIAI. MEETINCf^ .OI" 
THE -BHA.BEKOXI>EKS, 

To the Shareholders of the -British Cq- 
l*tmbla Market Company, Ltnlilted Lla- 

■ '>'"'>-: .... ' 

NOTICK Is hereby given that a spe- 
Flal meeting of the shareholder* of the 
above named company will bo held at 
No. 92:: Government street. )n the city 
&C Victoria, British Columbia, in the 
offices of Tlip. British Columbia Land 
?ind Investment Agency. Limited, on the 
2;nd ,da.y of .September. lUlo, at, 12 
o'clock noon, for tho purpose of con«;ld- 
^rln^ and tf thoiight flt passing, a reso- 
loilon todlspo-soof the wfiOle or ji pm'- 
jtlon or portljans ejf Its real and per- 
-<,d?ial t'ro peit.s —tmrf'-frslrets and it any 
I such resolution be pasised- a furthot" 
I resolution authorliing the trustees and 
, dlroctpra lo <Mu:rjL-a4»y -.»uch reaoluftoft. 
iuLti. £:rarci Kv thn '.i.YaPii t i»n" .mdcr th - 



-CORNER LOT. OAR BAT Dis- 
trict. 120ilO,0 Yeet. ttSOO cash.) 

Fon TWO coRNBR i lots "oy 

car line, ■"" " ^- -;"■: :i^~ ~" 



•g 1 seal rrt^lhp .comfany by anv two of the 

■*^-i:tTTrrttennjnd "d I rwoTTTrrntt' jt if su ?'iV'"crec;f).s; 



<&') i\(){\ FORHOL-PE AND 1% ACRES. 

«irt),t/yU victoria Arm' (Pprt»»e Inlet) ; | thafibv aftv other kn.>«-,i.oinliiiiat;ont .So muWv 

B o.d view: good well of wa ter. .| as" It istak^n in «.■< oid.ioio with tbe dire, tions a.-. 

( 



^ORDO.N HEAD ROAD — 3S ACRES. fJU? '■'"mp-invinKit.w ill !h.' «hattrirdh"allhl)(Trsto-rd,''|; 

^ p*--- 't';';'-- , J '' '/ ;" , ■' - • ' THE EXPIRINQ LAMP OF LIFE Sf 

MONTREAL STREBT,.HOUSE AND 1,0'f 1 tilQHTED UP A|l*lTtESH, s2 

t2.»o0. ".} iadanjewrxistrn. cimpart^-d inplati-of whathad si 

irfc i —i-\r\ iit.\<-irtj r.,,:'Z^ T.^ ..,>1. ' '•" I 12 '*''■*>' "'■"fed wotn-mit,.ujed up, .^nd valueless. ^' 

S^4■ 500^ ^ .*?..^"?^,?\?^' ^^^ '• : Tl»i»wondr,f„ln,.,d;i;.m-r:;'i.Miitab!efofa!la,ies, j 

./^,\).}.y ■'■" "■'"' •"**" >>°M«e. PfrtlJ- constitiiti.msiiulcni, : ■ . tliersex; irvdvt is^ 

! «i iR' I'lttoimiigiiiea' . -.cor derattgenMU 3 

whose main f^alure'i 



)^jfl'''^r"^^'^'--^'°'^'-'^''^^BiJ^e jconyeyances, asuignments, transfers Or 

proses that as night sun. •I'd* the djtv this may be S ,i,,„,,,„^,,,„ -\. ,_„w7.,. • ,i.>n-ii»ierB or 

■■■■'■■ I document.'' as may. be necessary to fully 
and ,effectiintly_e.;an"y out n 
any — much resolution. 

l>ated at the, citv of \ . ; _,; 
day of August. ,\ i> IBIO. 

Secretary 



more lertainlv so. mud tiv a toiirst' of 

THE NEW FRENCH REMrOY?! 

THERAPIONNO.31 



terms of 



tjiler Wth 



The Silica BricR and Lime 
„,___to, Ltd. 

-i {•(\ X'-HBS. SPROAT LAKE, 40 rHALN^ J "nose mam t^aturei < ; Jrbil.tv . thatiMll /O .'^ itrOI.UWTAaY IiIQtriDATIOW 

I nU ivaterfrftnt. J70 n»r acre ' " ■*■ i not.be sp<-rdi!y and prrmanemlvoverrome by tWH*! |-Importaat . Sale of BrlQk and Zilm« 



iiltlvated. 



•FtOPEnTT; GOOD INVE.STME.VTS, 

on DniiKlas. .lolinson and \''ate» str.v.it 



reiiiperatiir r»*cn' e. which i»-<Wlstined to (;aiit ir.to -^ 
oblivion .-vei'ythin;; that liad rd-reded it for this — 



Real Ketnl 



LEE AMD ERASER.. 

-VBeiits. TO»l«l|t(»'i in Kn;.Und, 
■ [ ' ' \ Word ■ iHHit.s 



— -— f .^ y'le--'pir j(la-HinMmfriiiin' UssofhiimJiiiailn'ent!". fi 

THERA-PIONr'"*""'^-" 



lfi«iifiinr»» 
A vrniir. 



-l^i.lOO 

rnrrt utre'-f. 



Irt.TRCHASB 'A 
.modern house on 



CIV I "tft Sianns ' 
;,f'-^ i •flfix''d to.rvr? 

(, l«r- • .,;. 



, FOK TU ' 
intreal in 



$2500^:^;> ^^^^ 



T h e r'« n I f 1 ' 
DRAQEF 



ol prim n'al 2 

\' tt' ,1 ' , ' . f' I,, rS 

.sirmr. rue tctitt,-— "^ 

■tc&d, London. Price ^ 

se s should see that a. 

'11 British Govejirl- j^" 

■ .t( a red ground)., *;1 

:,;»,■;/; M 

■talnnhle-ln "^ 
1 F 3 FORM. 



has the defect i«* l^ls (luallty. 

To write the life of . Sir Wilfrid L aur- 
ler Is trr .write tho Tils tf>ry or t;ann(iii~for. 
half a century. Tlptt^is not the pre-ient 
intention. *s.ppcl.illy n.n the ta«k hnR al- 
ready been so Hdniirnbly performed by 
Mr. ' W)lIlson; but r^thef; to give n view 
from ;near ob»erv,'»tion rtf t.he person of, a 
great and faltliful werynnt of the people 
of Canada and of ti\e Bj-ltl.xh Crown. 

But ho expanse of writing cati con- 
vey aconipli'le Iden of his humorous 
face. hi.s expression, which Is more than 
quaint and not ipillo whimsical. Ills old- 
world wny. Of standing and movnii, Uis 
gentle courteous' linenrlng. his .tff.iihle 
complaisant, .winsome, cheery manner. 
which Ilia y all be summed tip In the v ovd 
detWnaic, ' ''^ 

Lady Laiirier is no lese Interesting a 
figure' thdn her hnsbiind. She givf* one 
the impression of Jielngin her own bono' 
entertaining h<M nfltrhbbrs. The frlrndt' 
frnnknese of hj^r speech, the Hccurncv of 
her comment, tho .nhrew.d '*rit. th*:- lp.<i- 
nens of her^opinlon!'. especially upoii'ttu- 
conduct proper in •.somen,, is n refr*>sti 
mont, eapecinllv ^vhen it is heard in «•> 
high a iniat'tor l.;idy l.jiurier would be 
a mod'?l pr<>inffr in n parliament of wo- 
men, though I O^ir the del|,t>eratlohs 
wovilrl nrtt be vri X prolonged. 

The French liHve a. word, bonhomie 
tfiat'ls, a persTrrj who is in pos/fpssl i.m-nf 
bonhomie, which Is n mixttire of good 
nature. hl;)ii»«st.v. humpr. .wi'sdoip luiri 
simplicity. HiKh II person one tpnv 
sometime-s see sitting by his door In the 
•evening of his l)tc, haying done good In 
h'ls time anil i|iiiet'ly"re.!olclng in his 
I«bor. I sho'tjlii Ml v that ttrta term, wlih-h 
wris one .'IppIlPd to hhri by Mr. Tliomson.-. 
more nccur.n'tei V th.Tn any other defines 
Sir Wilfrid . 



19th 

jigio, the .remainder of the com- 
pany's Real Estate Holdings in 
the City of Coleman, Alberta, 
comprising some Three Hundred 
eligible Business and Residential 
Sites, tocatcd in this thriving in- 
dustrial centre. 

For further and full particulars, 
plans, maps, ph,otpgraphs,_ etc., 
apply to The Auctioneer, 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, Victoria, -B, C 



Maynard & Son 



AUrTIONKKKS 



Instructed" we will sell at our Sale«.- 
room. inn Bron'd .street on 

TOMOUKUW, 2 P.M. 

Almost N'ew 

Furniture and 



NEW WORLD'S RECORD " 

FOR THr HARVESTER inciolng: 



ects 



BtTPALo, .\. v., Aug. . new 

.JIfii;!il's. i"£C'.iEiL_312.2_ JIia<l* ttidav st "the 
Kort Erie IracK. when The Harvester. 
ri ri VM i . ' Iiy I ' iil i-} rrTrs; ~ cove r i> l li (l m ll o "TTT 



« irark «ald to l>6 a ftill rfec 
T he recoi'd time was. inntic In 

msr — 



2:02 over 
ond Blow. 

le tti'.st heat oT~ tTe 'ZI'dT'IFd't "TJTstairi'iM^ 
Meing watihtil h.v the tither Utarters 
The half, was nt'i.de In r.Oi. . and t'ho 
Kturdy son, oC.WtilnVit Hall ilHSlu'd un- 
tlei:, the 'Vfifc wit ha clianip'foris TJVorrl, 
He had clipped n'titinrter of a s'-cOnd off 
tite world's rcfwrd of Cfeaceu.s, made I 
nine j-warB ago, ''■«tiibll<»hltig a new third! 
heat record ■ufoi .stallions, mac<>«) nn<l ' 
gelding.", and al.-'onialilng tt tyorld's rec. 
orti fbr a flvfi 



Maine's upwrlgrht .piano, 
Dom. organ, rolled top pfflce desk. Oak 
book case and desk combined, Jad.Ies' 
oak aeorbtary. hu ndy onrg " oaK ' Bf de- 
hnrr/ t F d. m i sfrinn'tiTTtffrt, 2 good; ",T5ed " 
Iriiingift^-. A-g:ood .litill racks, centre 



till lies, fockei'e. TeatTTer covere'? couch, j - 
lounge, good plcture.<j, over mantel, 
in i rrors. X 'ery goc;d cnrpet.s. carpet- 
"souSTea. rugs, exteii'aion table, dlniiig 



Monday, , the ;;2ni! .\ ii,-,ii.- ;. 

eret'lion' jml 'coiiipli'l Ion 

roiiineil tlnibi-i I'rann-'l .S..I1 

.Mission. ■■' —— — ^•*^- 

I'lans, .ipcclfw.iil liiii.-^, ooiitracti and 
I'orni.s (if tender III.'; I • seen on arid 
after tlif 1th day, 1,1 .MiKust, 191lf,'aTiffii' 
offices of the Governnunt Agent/ iKeW 
W-iHtminster; H, ('. Abljott. Ksq'., Secre- 
tary to .School Trustees, MisBlon: .1. i-I. 
Bowman, Ksq., architect. llli Ci-o'n-n 
Building. Vancoiivi-r; and at the DC" 
partment of Public Works,- Victoria. 
_ Kach proposal miisf be accompanied 
by an accepted bank cheque or certifi- 
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of 
Canada, made 'payable to the Kpn6rabl« 
the Minister of Public Work.s for a sum 
-e€t«Ivalent to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the tender, which shall be forftj.lted 
if the pa-rt-y— t-j^nd ering decline to enter 
Into conlr/ict when called upon to do so, 
or if he fail to complete the work con- 
tracted for. The cheques or certificates 
of deposit of unsuccessful • tenderers 
will be returned to them 'upon the exe- 
cution of the xonrtract. 

Tenders will' not be considered unless 
made out on the forms supplied, signed 
ts'lth- the actual signature of the ten- 
derer; — and encl osed In the envelopes 

fu«^l»hedi ■ ' '■ ■ 

. The lowest or any tender not neces- 
sarily accepted. 

F. C GAMBLE, ' 
Public Woi:kB Engineer; 

Fu|}|lo Works Department, 
Victoria ,^--Gn^ Snd August. 1 



. ,xi.)'ri<.;i' 

MiLention at' tlie vxiilnition of one 
iiioiith from the dale of tlio Itrst publl- 
j ctttlon liereof to LsSlie a duplicate cortl- 
tlcale of title to said land issued id 
JjaUn David i^anders on the I) lat day of 
October, 1'908, and niiml>er_eii IX'.'SI C. 
■ Land Kegistry (iiT;.- , \'i,:«iii,i, W. c.. 
J'uly- 2it, - t P l O. ' 

. ^ J .-P. A l cLK trH-^.- 

.,1.— J.- Deput.v Reglstiar t.lencjral. 

._.„ NOTICE 



Be Capt. Edward Barlcley, B. N., Ds. 

ceased. 

AH'PCrsonsi having clalii sT the' 

estate of Caajtain Kdwaru Iia^rKley, K. 

N ..deceasjed, late of Westholme. B. C, 

i are reiiuired to scad particulars, duly 

verified thereof to Messrs. Crease & 

^rfeawe , - 5 21 F o y t— e- tr ce t, Victi»ria, B,,rt.' . 

pn or "before th'e 3.1st day of August, 

IMio. . . 

DatedSthe 30th day of July,. A. 1)71910 
(Signed) 

GEOKFRBy BARNARDlStON, 

Executor. 

— . ' ' jj ji,ii,. iii ^"fi i|ii r 



i|U 



NOTICE 



In the matterof tne estate of Blanche 

Ede,T.at© of tlie City of Vletorlu, B. C, 

_ widow. , ^^ 

.All, persons having, claims against. 

the above estate ijre requested to send 
particulars thereof to the undersigned 
oh'^'or before August 22.. 1910, after 
wWelt-date the executor wjll proceed to 

distribute 'the assets of the aec6aseJ, 

having - regard only to the claims uf 
which ho has notice. 

Dated thld 21st July, 1910, 
Victoria, B. C. 

GECA.. MORPHT, 

Solicitor for Executor. 



NOTICE 



CAW.CE1.1.AT10N or 



:^ii 

B£S£BVE. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
In special Tiinber Licences No. 2028S, 
situated near Sechelt Inlet, Kew West- 
minster District. i.s cancelled, and that 
the said lands will be open for location, 
under' the provisions of the Land Act, 
--«X— m,ldnighl on October 14. 1910. , 

ROBERT A. REXWICK,, 
Deputy CommisJfioner of Lands. 
rjaifTds Dept.. Victoria. July 14, laiO. 



srairlg'able Water* JProt'ectlon Act 



hciehy jjhen that John 
the City of Victoria, Sri t-' 
Is applying to His Excel- 
Oeneral of i,!a.nada 



In .the Estate of Thomas H. |Towers, 

late of Victoria, British Columbia, 

Deceased, Intestate. 

All person^ having clalixis against the 
ased-^'an'te requested to send parllc,-^ 
ulaTs thereof, duly verified to the Un- 
dersigned on or before the 1st dtfy of 
September, 1910. after which date the 
administratrix wtjl prneeed Kf dtstiibute 
the. assets of t^he deceaked among the 
persons entitled thereto having regard 
only to ,the claims ot whlclj she then 
has notice. 

Daiad this 29Lh day of July, 19J0. 

OLIVE m: towers. 

%i\ Belton Ave., Victoria West, 

Victoria, B. C. 
Administratrix. 



Jiayinond of 
\a\\ Columbia, 
lency the Governor 

in Coiiiicll for apptoval of the plans and 
descriptions of site, of work.s proposed ■ 
to be con.structed .l)y him in Victoria 
Harbor immediately fronting Lot 562A, 
Block 41, Victoria, Bi C, and has dc 
posited the said plans, and- descriptions 
of site with the Minister .of Publlo 
Works at 9ttaw3. and a. dupllc:.Ttn there- 
of with the Registrar General of Title* 
in the Land Registry OfcTice, Victoria, 
B. C and that the matter of the said 
application ■$vil| he proceeded with at 
the expira.ltoii Of one montii from the 
time of-nrhe ftrat publication of this no- 
tice l« tht. "Canada (Jazette." 
P6:ted this Itflh day of July, ISlO. 

111:. Government .Street, -. 
Victoria. B. C 
.Solloitor for Applicant. 



'WATBB ACT, 1909.' 



TAKE .\0TK;K that I, l''rederlck N. 

Norton, of the cVty of Vancouver, B. C, 

lumbofman. Intend. to ap;piy to the Lleu- 

tcnant-tJovernor in <>cn-iei4 on Tuesday^. 

llie.Uth day of Octoi)er. A. D. 1910, at 

the hour of 1 Iv o'clock In, tho forenoon, 

of so soon ti.erenfter as'tlitj application 

can be hearb. for a , fi'iial liceiise under 

Parts XI. and XH. of the' "Water Act. 

IflOO. " tn clear and remove obstacles 

frqm .Salmon rUer and. Orfrtrd bay, an 

arm- of Bute Inlft. iuitish Columbia, 

for th.- porpo..*,-- of rhaklng the same flt 

for rafting ,nr.d driving logs and pen- 

iiiiiK baok and storing water.-, and for- 

eretiliig boonilnff-groimds^ in said- Or=- 

fonl hay. approximate mivps, plans .and 

^ - ^ I'a! I iriilarsi of which undertaking, are 

' , ,. , ~7. .' ■ , . . i'il'"i in til.-- orricf.s' of tlie I'liief Ni.'oni.' 

A£pncaUons wUl '»e rereived up to | ,„,^^j„^p^ „, j.,^,,;^ ^^^ ^^,^,^^^. ,.„„,^,j,. 

.29th August. 1910. by the cmincii of thb; ,^f,, ;,,,,. „j Vii-Ir.rln. 



Corporation of the City 

of Vernon 



CITY 



CXiEBlC WAKTTEI) 
irON, B, C. 



FOB yEB- 



fity of Vernn'n.for tlie iibsltliSn of TTerk 
and Treasurer. .Salary Jli'o pir'nronth 

Applicants, with previo is miinu Ipa! 
U-experlenoe preferrivl. '' 

Apply stating. -tiuiillllcation nnd n'f.^ 
encee, to . ^ 

, .; n. o. TATE. 

Acting flty tTfik. 

Vernort, i\. f. 



r>atfd 

IViJo' 



tliis^ -':'th day 
l"Ui:r)KUir-K 



of 
X. 



■ .Tiilv. A. D. 

Noiirrox. 



NOTKLE, 



NOTICE 

&« Capt. X>dw«rd BArkla^, B. Vm De- I 
ceased. , | 

All. persons having claims agnlnst the' 
estate of t.'aptaln Edward BariOoy, R. j 
Jf.. deceased, late of Westholrnc. H. (', | 
send parllouiars, duly | 
to Messrs. tTrease ' & 
C ' 
.on or before the. 31st day of Augu.^t, 1 
1910. ', ' j 

Dated the 30ih day of July, A. 1>. 1910 
(Signed)' 
"• ■ GFTOFT-'REt BA£yVARDlSTCVX_ 

Executor. 



."f-s Ixiioun 1 
lie.- has t 
5l!-. Walter 



■ iii.v «iven that thie gro- 
oioi i'-iwinrss and premi- 
'hivwoot^ Postoffice 
iie<Ti piirchas-ed bi^ 



Uaif"d--thl.a. ir.th dny of August, inio. 

.viH-s - ,vi.\i!v irkiS'ale. 

1 'oiicl.-is .htreet.. 



FBEB 



BOirSBS 



are req hired to 
Verified ■ thereof 
Crease. 521 'Fort sli^eet, 'I'tcforla, ,^B. 



CABCEi:iZ4ATZOB Ol* BSSEBVE. 



exteii'sloii' table 
hairs, vcr\' good <Sa k he drborn atilte, :^ | In 

very fine Iron ffedslFFTiTST 

mattressf'si. child's very good inin cnt, 
dressers n'nd stands, toilet sets, towels, 
spreafis. l,irHnket8'. etc.. klt'ctren, .cm>- 
hoard, K. tables. K. comfort, cooking 
utensils, cnrpenters' tools, two cook' 
stoves, inwn mt>wer. gent'a blcyt'le. lot 
i rrf-TVtw»r», etc. Oti view, tlils afteTlToon 



y.ur-oid trotlAr. .Qudiel »"''■ '^'"""'"''sTOeK^-^TC 
Archdale, hfr''to)o(;o untoeaten, «-»!., .i«,. i ' 



NOTICE !«• herebj' glv<«n that the re,- 
serit<L-«3Elstlng tipan the. Lands emhrjced 
s pecial Timber Licences Nos. '.'xnti:;. 
ffj T y /' TTrKiya li if \^h 9 63 anil 2S9'6t. s,ltunt<.'d In, Gold.streiim 
District, la cancelled, and that tiie salrf 
lands will be open for loiHtlon' uinh-r 
the .provision* of the Land Act at mid-, 
night on-' Octolver- ,14. 1 1» 10 

ROBERT A. RENWICK, 
' — Deputy iCoiTimi.«Vloher ot Ln-nds. 
Lands Dept, Vlct.orla. July 14.1910.' 



KEBCHANDISE OF AZ.Z. XZITDS 
6TOBED AETD SISTBZBUTED ., 

Duncan's Warehou.se 



1 I7egottabl« Warehouse Becelpts 1*. 
sued. ^,urnlture and Bonsehold Oooda 
carefully handled. Stone Building anil 



Xiow Ztisaranc.o. 



Phone 1665. 



533 Tfttei St. 



Works, as Going Concern. 

Messrs. Stew^ft Winiams & Co. 

thtlylnstruoted by tlje Liquidator (or 
.lilP r»,tn,ttt, wijl -S'Kll by yuWlc.miciJ'on, 

■ ■. ••'— — r^ON— ■. '- 

Toestfty.Aiil 30th, 1910 



tvas de- 
feAteft by Haihvorthy'tn the $R.Oi)(i Klni^ 
Georre. V Btfifte for 2:1,8 t^fttters. 



ftt tin.' DrlMld hotol, ut 1 I a 
the froehiilil landfl held by 

liciliL.- Soot i. n'l II 



Tinnv. 

Si'''i 1 



111.' ^\\.: ■ 

the . 
nil-par Ik. .. 
di.itrii't. to 



_ _ ii'.'v'.Vl l-.i' ■ ' 

cloie' In, on Colllniion 



tir-+"lM; Klnir,»ton Btron 

i> ■" . ) ,'~ A o XI ;y — F<>rr"A .« i : ■ 

'iP« '*-«/'/ rrt htingnlow on i; 

ni'-.rfrrn ,n ff*ry rrnprfl. 



$1500- 



-FOR A l.OT WKI.I, SITUATED 

on Hi^rbln»pr avfi.ue, 



(iranilc <ind 'vlarble works 

M -I •■ •-: I , rabli-; :<, Vi I n ii i I •■• 

' ; i ' 1 1 ■ •,. p t lowest price.'! 
■',: \vitli Mrst. class stock 
I • Uninrship. 

A. STEWART 
Por' Tr\tr-«i nnd T'.lniioh'- 1 



IllOl 

1 1 'I i - 



i'lii ihor i,)ai:Uinirtt's aiui oards to i 
'\ lew the promises, -can h" lind from 
ji the Iwtjuidaior, !•'. M. VVfirron. .M" l-'ort 
3 1 stl'i^ct,, or the AiKtJnn.'ert-, Messrs. 
:i35t4>vvart-Wiili«m8 &. Co. 



"All Stars';^ CofhinflWjit 
f )TXAai:.A . ., A^i K,* 1 '> .;- lLlsllik<»4^y - 
a tenm composod of all-stars 'of the 
i*"^'!!! Liici.-osse Union: wtir go to , Ne<v 

.;..iIon i'aines during t'.e Britlsl'i Co'-' 

nhla fair. George. Brysorn, of l^ttnwit, 

hue friend of (;,"ha£He Welsh, of th- 

simlnsler club, ha.s beiTn nsked t. 

" • "'ni-flilL^J' '" -it Jlkciy timi. 
•'US will fall, nnd lo- 

Intciiii lm K-i '' v.er.v 

mcHitliftg- r.r I the 

"" ' ' 'OS anc.i iSham- 
' Ir^tydun. .4imL 
.'vi'iri ,.ii "• ! 1,.- i . • "■ 1,.. asked 

to takr In III.- ri'ii I'owci-m. 

I'Mtlgeralil and llawK.^naw uf tile To- 
rontos, Dillon and Mulr Of the Sham- 
i '' ..li i-'oa C luerpn of Cornwall. 



■Kour-yenr-old hofse. grey horse, bay' 

inare. ami oftrWl'H, jvnrt Jersev' row li'i 

j calf Tfmonths. 2 ctjws niilking, expcpias 

waffop vvlth brHke,_fllm.aaiJi?»'-liarness, 

I llgtit Wajaron, set of hnrness, Ini'ggles, 

tl^t.)-f«)pt«. elf... McxicHTr- saddle, EnKrfsTi 

Nn-I saddle; ladies' side Bad(;H4>, lot oftychlck- 

ens. ttC; 



MAYNARD. A SON. 



Auetidneers., 



MVIES & SOMS 

" " AUGTIONEEJRS 

665 AND 828- YATES STREET 

To Rent 

House II oentrfil, for sale, 

plaiiDs, SI ^ :i5c dozen, beds, 

burf'.'iM.i. chairs, blinds from 2,Tr and 
lots of other goods. Dnvies A Sons, 
Auctioneers, 66;i and 828 Yates street. 




li- 
the 

m 



CA»rC|:i.Z.ATIOH OZ: BEbE&VB. 

- XOTtCPf fs hereby given that the 
serve existing in crown lands in 
vicinity of Babine Lake, sttiiate 
Range 5, Cost District,, notjce of whic) 
was published in the Bi-lli»h Columb;:i 
Gazette, dated Decepiber 17th, loos, i.. i 
cancelled -hrr-so- far as sgtd reserve re- I 
la'tfrs to. lots numbered 1519, 1518. ni" ' 
Lilo, ISi'lO, lf.o:, laOli, UOtiA, : 
15!l2, 1612, ir.l I, l.-in.S, l.i04, , . 



SfllELHURRISOiaGO. 

Stewait, B. C„ and Prince 
Rupert, B. C. 

Fiscal Agents for the 

MainReefMinin^CQ. 

paify adjoins that of the 

^ewart iMlning and DeyoJ- 

opmcJnt 'Co. ":'\ y ''■'""" 



1516. 
1501, 
1514, 

io;u, 

1536, 
1648," 
1521, 
1561. 



150!'. 


T - -■ ' 


15;?. 




luUii. 


J.,-iO, 


1642: 


1547, 


1522, 


1S23, 



15211, 



i.i l.|, 
lots, 
1525. 



if) 28, 


loJ'.. 


1637, 


163LI, 


1543, 


1515. 


1650, 


1520. 


15L' 


6 and 



ROBERT A. IlKNWli'K. 
Deputy CommiKsioiiei of Lands. 
Lands Depftrlnionl, Victoria, B. C, 
June iSth. 19ip. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



NOTICE 



Ca:>.j.i^ 
nut per; 
.Section yi', j.^,'!, 
trict, otherwise 
RDScbank. ' 

June lilh, 19! 



'!:cpr,s -iro 

ui-i'-.aii: j_Ji3- 
known as 






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V i 



y 



j^wi»»v«««yMa*».^^ 



/ 



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»IM^ ■w.y«M»«w»>.*«t<»»«il««w**B » W | l|illll l »i« 



-ii 



p,»if(t ^*H'':"2::,-'' v '/'■■;''? ^'■^;'T;T? ■'■'.'■> 



«- ■/■ 



20 



^t:ctoria daily colonist 



_ThunKl«y, «Auau«t 18, 1910 




ff 



!nA,B.,i-ai!i»v— -"I- 



Vitit Our Tea Rooim» Third 
Floor,. A Cup of Good Tea 
Is the Bett ReTreihinent 
You Can Have. 






DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED. 



All of Our Chocolate* Are 
Mkdeon the Premises. They 
Are Pure and Wholesome 











mi 

We have said that this is Victoria's Prindpal Furniture.Sale, but we may now 
say that it has turned out to be the only ^ale of real sustained interest-the 
only sale M/hich displays a comprehensive variety of standard furniture at 
much less than the regular prices. You can buy one piece or furnish a room 
or an Entire house to your liking, and the savings will please you. We are 
adding to our stock many cars of Furniture. The Beds received Tuesday are 
selling splendidlv. All priced for August at $2.90 to $14.90. We received a 
car of CHAIRS' and TABLES and FANCY FURNITURE yesterday, and three 



other cars to arrive during the week will make buying more interesting. 



Bnissek Carpet Square s Special. Toda y. $13.75 i Tapestry Carpet Sq uares^JS^ 



Brussels Carpet Squares— This make_Ql_cai pet lias a world-wide reputation 
for hard wear, and in our immense stock can be found a rug which wlllhar- 
monize with everv scheme of decoration. They come in reds, greens, fawns, 
floral. conxein.-iKil and Oriental designs. August is the month to pi"-^^li^^ 



carpets at bargain prices. Size 3x3. I'rice 



Tapestry Carpet Squares—This make of rug is now made in a large and 
varied number of designs and^colorings. Many of them are reproduc- 
tions of the higher class carpets and are very hard wearing. We *?«? 
placing on special sale for today the remainder of our stock in th^ size. 
The price. should sell them but qiuckly. Price ,....^8.75 



Wilton Rugs, Today^$22.50 



Wilton Pile Rugs— This make of ;-ug is unsurpasse4-for quality and durability. 
There is no carpet turned out of looms that Avears to the extent^that the 
Wilton Piles^do. These rugs are in a large assortment of designs and col- 
orings and are suitable for ever^' room in the house. Visit third floor for 
big bargains in carpets. Price • • ?23.o0 



Ponaee SilK Sale, on Friday 

A\e arc ki't with about 200 yards of Natural Pongee Silk, 36 inches 
wide. Ketrular 75c, 85c and 90c. P>iday wc will close the surpkis 
at ])er ^'aI•d ' •■ ..'.... «>v 

Be here early, as this quantity will not last long at this low price 

A Popula r and Interesting Department 

That is what out customers say of our PATEls'T MEDICINE 
and TOILET ARTICLES DEPARTMENT. Our aim is to keep 
it so by giving .you the advantage of our extensive buying facilities, 
whereby you can purchase your ncedsjl low and reasonable prices. 
Ytni can always rely on our good£"^emg genuine anAomLSipc k f re §ht. 

The following list, picked at random from our stock, will give 
you an idea of our prices: 



i«i*««««*«< 



« k #• * •,« 



1' •«••••••-«*•< 



.25^ 

,. 25r 
...20c 



Bargains in Our Drapery Dept. 

Our Drapery Departpient opens up this morning .with some fine bargains in 
Art^raping.F-abricsrinchiding printed Sateens, Gretorines, Casement Cloths, 
Priated >lnslins, Printed Canvases, Madra§ IVluslins, Art Serges, Tapestries, 



Seidlitz Powders, 8 in hOXpeSaT^r ^ ^t^ ,- • * 

Abbey's Salt, large .ii,*- 

Enos' Fruit Salt,_$l.0O si««J '.... 

Sal Hepatica, $1.35, 70c and . 

Bromo Seltzer, $i.oo, 50c, 25c 

Sodium Phosphate, i lb. 

Fluid Magnesia 

Fruit-a-Tives, 'large .... 

Dodd's Kidney Pills, 50c size for , • -40c* 

Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, 40c, 3 boxes for $1.10 

Chase's Pills ....»_«-»,»• ^ . .,.^....^. .,.-....•• i • ■—'"<* 

Carter's Pills ....;-%•.«•«.. ............. iy-s-s-i ........ rrV. • . • • ^^C 

Eclectric Oil . . . .■•. ■»i»»''"*T ,..,... ^ ^\)p 

Minard's Liniment ..20<^ 

Chase's Ointment 50^ 

Cuticura Ointment ..'..■.•.»....•• ..•65<^ 

Zam-Buk .' -^'..-..V^, 40^ 

Orange Quinine 'Wine, quart bottle for ,.-40^ 

Beef. Iron and Wine ,,........• 1* * ' ' *^ 

Scott's Emulsion, 45c |iik4 .....-■• •,- .......< •• .900 

Nestles' Milk Food . . . .'.~. , . .,.. .4«>y 

All Baby Foods at Reduced Prices 

Hind's Honey and Almond Cream .■... 45^ 

Holmes' Frostilla ....... • "^ • • • 20<* 

Almond Cream ■ ■■ 20<' 

Oatmeal Cream ....:... • . ...... ..• • •:• 20<^ 

Witch Hazel Cream . . .. *»i.-. ....*.. . • . .20^ 

Hazeline Snow ... • • ■ • • ■ • ■ -35^ 

Hydrogen Peroxide, 4 07.. size lOc. 8.oz. si ze goc, 16 oz, size . . ■ .35^ 

Calvert's Carbolic Tooth Powder, 1 5c , ^$ a nd -^ . . .> 4Q<i' 

Edward's Harlene, S^i.'^o, Si. 00 ; .45|i 

Newbro's Herpicide, 83c .-i-i--iTi'-<rTi'i'. . r'?*P<i^ 

Seven Sutherland Sisters' Hair Tonicr-poc-artd-. ; »'♦ . ♦.' ♦ . . . i . i-:r%Bi^- 

Tatcho ., .j.-».j^»;.««jM?ji3Jt.*.„**JLft3^ 

Lambert's Hair Gro'wth .........i.« . ;..•♦..*•.«••■•• ••40^ 

Cuticura Soap, per rake - , 30^ 

Pears' Soap, per rake , 

Wright's Coal Tar Soap, jirr Imx- , . „_ 

Roger & Gallet's and Fiver's Pcrtumes, all odors, ;I3»«f-0z. . . . 

471 1 Cologne 

Gosnell's Cologne ^ . .^ . . . . 

Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Combs, etc., all at low prices. 



Silks arid Brbcades. 

Drapery Fabrics^ at 15c 
^ to 35c 

Arts and Crafts Draping Fabrics in every 
style of design and-colotings tha.t is re- 
quired tp Make the windows look neat 
and dainty. Today, 350,-250, 20c . . 15^ 

Printed Sateens in a big variety of colors 
•ilid daiftty. Today, 35c. 25c, 20c. .15^ 



Mad ras M usli ns, Today , 
— at 25c 

Madras Muslins, ecru shade, double width. 
These muslins raakf dainty cuttains for 
bedrooms and small drawing-rooms, and 
are largely used for casement curtains, 
and cotne in a large nurnber of designs. 
Today ,.. •• •• •• -25^ 




New Tapestry Car pet Sq uares at^ $11.50 



Tapestry Carpet Squares. These come in a fine range of designs*.. 
-conventional and f1"^^l ^^'^^E p^tra g^ood quality, are adapted 

for hat-d wear and will make good floor covering for any room in 
. the house. Size-3 x sK^.^See Government Street '^'"^°^., .. ^"JC, , 

day .!|>xx.»u 



lOe' 
.40«^ 

35^ 



T he New Models of Ladies' Millinery Attract 

Very Much Attention 

A glance into our Govemment Street windows or .our Millinery Department, second 
floor, will show you the latest touches In^tistic creations in Fall Millinery imported 
by lis direct from Paris. It will show you how closely this ^store^keeps with the 
world of correct fashion. This season/the predominating-^tyles are principally Paris- 
ian studies in black and white in the Moorish turban and Hindoo turban effect. 
Prices range from $5.75 upwards. , ' V 

Three Great Sp ecial Bargains from j The New Cos tumes 
the Mantle Section for FridI7~ I WipPPgglig-*llg 

Most Exacting: Wo- 




"There is no excuse for not having a I,.,inen-Sliit. 
mendous Bargains are offered. , 



Jpress now, especiall y when su ch tre- 



Linen Costumes, regular .^15.00, Friday, for $5.75 



Fancy Cups, 25c— Values 35c to $1.00 



\ •^plenrlid line of Fancy Giips and v'^auccrs go on sale to.];: 

;:aih prices. Thc^c arc in assorted rlecorations. Values in 

Today for ». 



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25 <* 



Linoleums in Many Tile Effects at, per 

yd., 35c 



Just a third of their usual worth. Some of these are beautifully trimmed, 
and numerous colors. . . Tomorrow we mean to . clear these at 



They are in white 

,^5.75 



Linen Suits, regular $25.00 fo $35.00, Tomorrow, $8.75 






Linoleum. in tile effect always looks clean, and will wear wcil. A 
splendid as.sortment goes on sale Today at a very special price in- 
deed. Better come in and see if a few yards .won't suit your pnr 

pose. 



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ard 



35f^ 



Just think of gettmg a splendid quality Linen, Dress at Such a remarkable price as this. But 
our intention is not to carry "over a single suit, hence this remarkable reduction, ^hese v^es 
range from $25 to $30. Friday. ......... .... . . .... • • - --,. ■ •• • • • • J^^d 

$1.90 Buys a Fine Linen Suit regularly sold at $8.75 

These are in all colors: At thrs tremeiiclously low price tliey should clear out quickly. Made 

of a fine linen rep, in latest styles and finish, at such a price as this it will pay you to purchase 
a suit for next season, if a suit is not wanted for present use. Regular, $8.75, for Sj>l..JO 



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man of Today 

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This season's Costumes are' . byr far the 

smartest appearing garments iliat have 

been dur' good fortune to show. New 

shades and new materials pn .l-.minate 

. fn'^ prrtnt extent, while the coats are all 

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manv innnv;'in''>n:-„in ib .M.-^iniction, 

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tailoring .md sir,; 
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1 'rices start at ... 



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